Here at Enzyme Communications, we provide opportunities to many graduates within both the project management and scientific field. This article is courtesy of Pennie Ryan, a Junior Science Communicator who joined us directly after completing her Science Communication MSc at The University of Sheffield.
With increased political will and funding now flowing into the sustainability and energy sectors, a whole raft of hugely exciting companies are developing the solutions we desperately need to try and turn the tide on climate change and the overuse of resources.
After completing my undergraduate at the University of St Andrews (BSc Biochemistry Hons), I embarked on the MSc Science Communication course at Imperial College. As my master’s year has progressed, I have been reflecting on what an exciting time it is for science communication – and its vital place at the intersect of science and society.
Brain power, collaboration, and sheer hard work underpinned the development of the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine, so how have science communicators missed an opportunity to spread the word here?