Marieke is a science communicator and has used ballet dancers to interpret the collisions of protons at the Large Hadron Collider and circus performers to demonstrate the strength and flexibility of graphene. For her PhD in particle physics Marieke chased elusive neutrinos in a huge tank of water below a mine in Japan. Marieke is head of programming at Cheltenham Science Festival and in 2019 co-created the world’s first AI festival curator and delivered the world’s first online science festival during 2020 lockdown.
Proudly supported by
Your logo could go here!
If you'd like to get your brand in front of attendees following the categories this speaker is talking about (on this page, via email and during each talk) contact us.