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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.

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Opinionated Science Episode 26: Organoids: How To Grow Your Own Brain

In this episode, the team is joined by John Mason, a Professor of Molecular Neural Development at the University of Edinburgh. They explore the miniature world of organoids and discuss how these small models are making big changes in the world of neurological research.


The Importance of Science Communication With Dr Carl May

Watch this Teach Me in 10 with Dr Carl May to discover the importance of science communication and to learn Mays's hints, tips and tricks.

Diagnosing and Understanding Endometriosis With Dr Christine Metz

Dr Christine Metz is committed to research that will advance women's health, primarily focusing on the gaps in diagnosis and care for patients with endometriosis. In this episode of Teach Me in 10 she teaches us all about her work and its implications.

How To Choose Your Tools for 3D Cell Culture

Join this Teach Me in 10 session to hear Corning Life Sciences application scientists walk you through common research goals and the most suitable 3D cell culture solutions for each.

Opinionated Science Episode 23: Mind Palaces, Artificial Sight and Invading Squirrels

In this episode, the team round up some of the best and weirdest science from the last month. We investigate some innovative methods being used to control invasive squirrels, a new technology that could partially restore sight and an innovative memory technique beloved by ancient greeks, memory maestros and TV detectives.

Why Use Stem Cells To Treat Neurological Diseases? With Dr Mariah Lelos

This installment of Teach Me in 10 features Dr Mariah Lelos, a senior lecturer at Cardiff University. Watch this Teach Me in 10 to discover why stem cells are an emerging treatment for neurological diseases such as Parkinson's and Huntington's.

Becoming a Science Writer

"How do I become a science writer?" is a common question that we get asked here at Technology Networks. That is why for this installment of Teach Me in 10, the guests are … well, us! We wanted to share stories of how we became science writers and communicators, highlighting some of the things that we have learned through our journeys and offering some top tips and tricks.

Opinionated Science Episode 21: The Roundup – Moon Phases, Anti-Cancer Elephants and Poop Infusions

In this episode, the TN team rounds up some of the best and weirdest science from the last month. Hear how elephants and naked mole rats fight cancer, how immunotherapy is getting a microbial boost from poop transplants and why researchers think our sleep patterns might be affected by the phases of the moon.