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Soapbox Science Milton Keynes was back in 2018 – with our event on June 30.  We had twelve amazing presenters sharing their knowledge and passion about diverse science topics, from flight engineering, farming, life beyond earth, plant growth, gut bacteria, stars, innovative waste management, mountains and more. We are going to have a rest now before thinking about 2019, but in the meantime, you can still learn about the 2018 speakers below…

Samuela Guida (@samuela_guida) Cranfield University, “From water pollutants to fertilizers: a smart use of wastewater!”

Simone Weber, Cranfield University, “Sherlock Holmes: who broke his helicopter?

Sezsy Yusuf (@sezsy), Cranfield University, “Wind tunnel testing before the flight: How to put an elephant in a chicken cage”

Dr Helen Metcalfe (@HMetcalfe1), Rothamsted Research, “Farming – Not just about food”

Dr Sarah De Baets, Cranfield University, “What can plant roots do for soil?

Dr Rachel Whitton (@RachelWhitton), Cranfield University, “Algae beads to treat your wee – an alternative method of wastewater treatment

Dr Adriana Encinas-Oropesa (@AdrianaE_O), Cranfield University, “Repair, Reuse, Recycle

Heidi Thiemann (@heidi_teaman) The Open University, “Stellar ballerinas: why are some stars stuck in a pirouette?

Dr Sofia Kourmpetli (@sofia_kour), Cranfield University, “Using model plants to understand and improve our cereal crops

Dr. Nisha K. Ramkissoon, The Open University, “Searching for life, where should we start?

Eleni Wood (@EleniWood), The Open University, “Where on Earth?!

Withdrew: Sophie Budge (@Sophie_Budge), Cranfield University, “Germs, guts and growth: how bacteria affects child development

Replacement: Stacy Phillips (@Shtacy_Phillips), The Open University, “The biography of a mountain”

 

 

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