Recent projects include: 50 Chemistry Ideas You Really Need to Know, published by Quercus (2015); reports on renewable energy and citizen science; feature articles for The Guardian, Mosaic and BBC Focus; and a podcast explaining why antimony sulfide reminds me of quiche. I'm currently working on new book ideas and a feature about creating drugs from viruses.
I have also curated a solar-powered stage at Green Man Festival; written and recorded podcasts for Geek Pop; assessed funding applications for the Science & Technology
Facilities Council and Physiological Society; set up an alternative comedy night in Bristol; and published a paper on
new media in science communication.
Some recent publications:
50 Chemistry Ideas You Really Need to Know - Carlton (book)
Can't Get You Out of My Head - Focus (feature, pdf on request)
Made for the Marathon? - Mosaic (long read)
Where is the World's Hottest City? - The Guardian (analysis)
The Big Questions in Science - Carlton (book)
Antimony sulfide - Chemistry World (podcast)
Bugging the Bugs - New Scientist (feature, pdf on request)