science and interdisciplinary press


Powell, K., Academia’s ableist mindset needs to change, Nature 598, 693-695, 2021.

S1 Ep. 4: In Space No One Can Hear You Sell for RIP Corp (March 2021)

Day, S., Visualising another world, Geoscientist 30 (11), 26-27, 2020

“When was the last time you lay down to look at the sky,” Georgia Gendall on St. Austell radio (Sept. 19, 2020) – Spotify, Apple Podcasts

S5 Ep. 14: Disability Activism & Access in Academia for PhDivas (August 2020)

S5 Ep. 13: Space Science, Space Colonialism for PhDivas (July 2020)

S2 Ep. 6: Pandemic Special for iCRAGorama podcast (May 12, 2020)

S2 Ep. 26: What is Mars like in 3D? for The Cosmic Cast (April 2020)

Ep. 5: Space: The Next Frontier for Melanin Memos (2019)

Ep. 15: Planetary Science for Superwomen in Science (2018)

Lakdawalla, E., Talking About the Tesla, AAS Women in Astronomy, 2018.

Planetary Happy Snaps – Divya M. Persaud joins Real Scientists for Cassini Week! for Real Scientists (2017)

in the news

How real-world missions offer inroads to space science across discipline by Lauren Barack, K-12 Dive (November 2021)

Profile on National Schools’ Observatory, UK (October 2021)

A new era of scientific conferences, Vedavyzkum (Czech) (June 2021)

‘Hybrid’ scientific conferences aim to offer the best of in-person and virtual meetings by Kate Langin, Science (May 2021)

Scientists have measured the core of Mars (and found something unexpected) by Ian Taylor, BBC Science Focus (March 2021)

Glausiusz, J., Rethinking travel in a post-pandemic world, Nature 589, 155-157 (2021)

No One Should ‘Colonize’ Space by Marina Koren, The Atlantic (September 2019)

Conferences, congresses, meetings: the pandemic accelerates the virtual turn, CNRS (French) (June 2020)

Viglione, G., A year without conferences? How the coronavirus pandemic could change research, Nature 579, 327-328 (2020)

Revolt! Scientists Say They’re Sick of Quantum Computing’s Hype by Sophia Chen, Wired (December 2019)

Wie Elon Musk den Sternenhimmel verdunkelt, Süddeutsche Zeitung (German) (June 2019)

Spacelink, the Sky, and Colonialist Attitudes, Skepchick (May 2019)

A N*zi Controversy Deep in the Solar System by Marina Koren, The Atlantic (May 2019)

The Crisis of Naming the Universe by J.A. Grier, Medium (Jan. 2019)

1,000 mile remote control desert test drive for Mars rover, RAL Space (Oct. 2018)

‘Only One Way to Mars?’ by Jan Millsapps, Huffington Post (2014)