I work as Team and Design Lead for the Science Practice BioDesign team, where we help life science organisations design and prototype digital tools for better discovery, understanding, and utilisation of biological data. Previously, I led our design and development work on Sequence Bundles and our research on Antibiotics challenge for the Longitude Prize 2014.
In 2013 I advised the UCL iGEM:E team on a lab-in-the-box project. In 2014 we started building the bento•lab. Until the end of 2014, I led bento's product design and brand development work, and very early user research.
In 2011 I wrote my MA thesis about CETI — Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence. In my research I tried to find out if information theory and science fiction can help us better understand CETI... I found it can. In March 2016 I joined the Advisory Council at METI International — a new organisation leading global efforts in messaging extraterrestrial intelligence.