I work between science, arts and society, as a founder of FoAM Kernow – a non-profit research organisation that makes everything open-source (2014-2015 activity report here). I have over ten years of experience in research and education in applied biosciences, and have worked in both science publishing and policy. Now I am connecting disparate ideas and people through the development of collaborative spaces (workshops/co-working studios), transdisciplinary research and 'undisciplined' education - much of this is about enabling people to develop creative and confident relationships with science and technology. You can access my CV here.
My work is, or has been, funded by: the British Science Association, FEAST (Arts Council England in partnership with Cornwall Council), Creative Skills Cornwall, EU Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship, the Royal Society, the University of Exeter, the Academy of Finland, University of Helsinki, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, EU FP7 project BaltGene, EU FP6 project CLIMIGRATE, Centre for International Mobility, the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC), The Genetics Society, University of London, Universities Fund for Animal Welfare, British Wildlife Health Association, Imperial College London, Cefas, and the Fishmongers' Company.