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Lucy Lawrence

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Lucy is the Digital Content Producer for Technology Networks. She worked previously as a state-registered Biomedical Scientist at the Royal Derby Hospital where she began to communicate science for the popular press and has since covered many topical issues ranging from Coronavirus to Cannabis. She believes in the power of science to inspire, educate and entertain and at Technology Networks employs her wealth of knowledge and hands-on experience to create a range of high-quality and engaging scientific content across a large variety of media outlets.

Latest Content

Opinionated Science: When Cannabis Meets Robotics

In this episode, the team is joined by Dr Toby Astill who is PerkinElmer's global Market Manager Leader.

We explore what happens when you cross cannabis with robotics, and Toby provides an overview of the benefits of automating laboratory testing and PerkinElmer’s new QS Works 420 workflow.

Opinionated Science is Technology Networks’ homemade podcast, where our team of scientists-turned-journalists cut out the chewy jargon and serve up slices of the most fascinating stories from the world of science. Expect a new Opinionated Science every other Friday.

Opinionated Science Episode 31: Night Owls, Inflatable Implants and Twins' Trauma

How does your circadian clock affect your personality? Why are inflatable implants being considered for back pain? How are migraine and PTSD in identical twins linked? All these questions, and more will be answered on this week's Opinionated Science!

Teach Me in 10 – Virtual Reality and Speech Disorders With Gareth Walkom

For this installment of Teach Me in 10, we are joined by Gareth Walkom who develops virtual reality tools for speech disorders, speech and language pathologists and researchers.

Opinionated Science: The Future of Spatial Transcriptomics

In this episode of Opinionated Science, we explore the world of spatial transcriptomics and get a sneak peek into research on the rare neurovascular disease cerebral cavernous malformations.

Disease Modeling Using ALI Tools and Systems

Join this Teach Me in 10 session to hear Corning Life Sciences Digital Manager Roxana Ghadessy and Corning Life Sciences Product Line Manager Shabana Islam talk to us about disease modeling using ALI tools and systems.

Fighting the Virus: SARS-CoV-2 Immunity

Download this infographic to learn more about immunity and SARS-CoV-2.

Opinionated Science Episode 28: The Futuristic Lab

In this episode, the team is joined by Claudia Consoli, the Facility Lead for qPCR at Central Biotechnology Services in Cardiff, Jon Baize, the Senior Product Manager for Thermo Fisher Scientific Connect Platform™, and David Joyce, the director of Product Management at Thermo Fisher Scientific.

They explore the fundamental requirements of the laboratory of the future and discuss how innovative technologies are advancing and their wishes for the future of the laboratory.

What Is Pint of Science? With Praveen Paul

Pint of Science is a non-profit organized entirely by a grass-roots community of thousands of scientists across the world. Join this Teach Me in 10 session to hear Praveen Paul, the co-founder of Pint of Science, discuss how the festival was born and where she plans on taking it next.

White Matter in Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia With Tom Veale

We're back with another Teach Me in 10 episode. This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Tom Veale, a PhD student at the Dementia Research Centre at the University College of London. In this episode of Teach Me in 10, Veale talks broadly about dementia and Alzheimer's disease, the brain changes that occur and white matter's involvement in Alzheimer's disease.

Improving Cognitive and Gait Control in Parkinson’s with Vagus Nerve Stimulation

In this webinar, we will summarise the current literature on non-invasive VNS in Parkinson’s disease and discuss preliminary findings of its therapeutic potential with an emphasis on its efficacy in improving cognitive and gait control in people with Parkinson’s.