Soapbox Science
  • The Lawn, Royal William Yard, Plymouth

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After missing 2020 and following a fantastic online event in 2021, the Soapbox Science Plymouth team are delighted to bring the event back in person for 2022! 
Soapbox Science is a novel public outreach platform for promoting women scientists and the science they do. The yearly event aims to transform public areas into an arena for learning and scientific debate with the aim to encourage women in science and also challenge perceptions of who a scientist is.
PROGRAMME
11:00 – 12:00 | Hetal Buckhurst and Jazz Conway
12:00 – 13:00 | Charlotte Nolan
13:00 – 14:00 | Moizzah Asif and Katharine Willis
SOAPBOX SCIENCE 2022 SPEAKERS
  • Ms Moizzah Asif, Lecturer in Data Science, University of South Wales | Talk: The Journey of a Data Scientist in Wales
  • Dr Hetal Buckhurst, Associate Professor in Optometry, University of Plymouth | Talk: The Myopia Pandemic
  • Miss Jazz Conway, PhD student, University of Plymouth | Talk: The Deep Sea and Antibiotics
  • Miss Charlotte Nolan, Midwifery Lecturer, University of Plymouth | Talk: title tbc
  • Professor Katharine Willis, Professor of Smart Cities and Communities, University of Plymouth | Talk: What is the Future of Our Cities?
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Soapbox Science speakers

  • Moizzah Asif, Lecturer in Data Science

  • Dr Hetal Buckhurst, Associate Professor in Optometry

  • Miss Jazz Conway, PhD student

  • Miss Charlotte Nolan, Lecturer in Midwifery

  • Professor Katharine Willis, Professor of Smart Cities and Communities

 

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