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Scarlett is a multi-hyphenate science communicator, using a range of tools and mediums to communicate S.T.E.M concepts. She has worked and completed projects as a presenter, writer, graphic designer and artist. She has held various roles in education and communication for organisations such as the University of Cambridge, National Space Centre, Australian Centre of Astrobiology, the University of New South Wales, and Sirkka Health.

As well as featuring in numerous exhibitions, Scarlett has giving over 150+ talks, presentations and workshops to date in the STEM field, and she has worked as a professional writer, please see in writing and publications section. 

Education & Recognitions

Scarlett has a MPhil (Masters Research) in Biological Sciences (focusing on genetics and molecular ecology) and a BSc (with Distinction) in Molecular and Cell Biology from the University of New South Wales, Australia, with additional training such as a certificate Specialisation Course in Genomic Data Science (John Hopkins University, Coursera) .

She has additionally done certificate courses in other fields, such as The Business of the Visual Arts 
(University of London, City) and the Core Cultural Learning: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia Foundation Course (Australian Institute of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Studies).

Scarlett has been nominated and received numerous prizes, scholarships, and recognitions. These include a Graduate Research School Development and Research Training Grant ,  Australian Space Awards Graduate of the Year Finalist, Evolution & Ecology Research Centre's Undergraduate Student Service Award, Genetics Society of Australasia Student Conference Award,  and the UNSW Faculty of Science Student Vacation Research Scholarship.

Full CV available upon request

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Scarlett also loves photography!
See her porfolio on her other website here:

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