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Outreach and SciComm Activity
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Mentor for schoolchildren through the Brightside mentoring programme (November 2021 – June 2022)

Offering career advice and mentoring to three Year 10/11 students (November 2021 – January 2022) and two Year 12/13 students (March 2022 – June 2022) through the Brightside online mentoring programme. (link)


Member of UCL’s "Ask the Expert" outreach programme (February 2021 – June 2021)

Participating in interactive QnAs that give young people the chance to ask science-related questions directly to  UCL experts, as well as provide an opportunity to find out more about the research carried out at UCL. (link)

Part of UCL’s organizing team for the "Pint of Science 2021" festival (December 2020 – May 2021)

Participating in the overall organization of UCL's "Atoms to Galaxies" sub-topic event for PoS 2021 festival. During the live-streaming of the show, I served as the YouTube moderator for my team's event. (link)

Registered STEM Ambassador with >25 hours of service (June 2020 – present)

Participating in various science and technology related events and engaging young people in STEM subjects through the delivery of interactive talks, workshops and other SciComm activities. (link)


Member of Chemistry Zone for "I’m a Scientist, Stay at Home" online STEM activity (May 2020 – July 2020)

Participating in an online, student-led STEM enrichment activity that connects school students and their teachers with scientists through real-time science- and academia-related chats. (link)

Featured in Abcam's "96 Tips" lab survival book for scientists (November 2017)

My tip was selected amongst the ones that were included in Abcam's "96 Tips" lab survival guide containing a collection of helpful advice and short anecdotes for new scientists. Download the book here


Video creation about polymerization protocols for ChemBAM outreach programme (December 2019)

Participating in the creation of short videos demonstrating different types of polymerization to non-specialist audiences, as an initiative of the O'Reilly Group at the University of Birmingham. Have a look at the videos below:

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