Hi! I’m a freelance science hacker and community organiser living and working in Berlin. I’m a biologist at heart and by training, fascinated by the very weird and extremely small molecular world.
I work at the interface between science and society, creating projects and events that bring different communities together to engage with scientific ideas and explore the implications of contemporary research.
I specialise in events that foster exchange and collaboration (hacks and hackathons, social or community events, world cafes, informal discussion events) and experiences that support learning and discovery (workshops, hands-on activities, experiments). If you’d like to collaborate or hire me, please get in touch! firstname.lastname@example.org
I’m a dedicated community organiser, part of the volunteer team behind Science Hack Day Berlin & the Berlin Science Hacking Meetup, co-host of the DIY Science Podcast, open science and DIY science advocate, and former molecular biologist.