Signed onto an R&D programme for SMEs with The University of Manchester and Graphene

This month I was accepted onto one of the University of Manchester’s programmes for SMEs and it’s giving me amazing opportunities to continue and accelerate our R&D work. Yesterday I was back working with the team in the GEIC Building and setting out how graphene and advanced materials can add even more potential to myContinue reading “Signed onto an R&D programme for SMEs with The University of Manchester and Graphene”

Young green leaders roundtable with the Department for Transport

It’s been exciting for me after the Cabinet Office connected me with Ministers at the Department for Transport, and I got to share my views and the development of Perfect Sense AQ. They want to add the voices of young people into decision making about the future of transport and continue these meetings in theContinue reading “Young green leaders roundtable with the Department for Transport”

What innovation means to me

I’ve been asked about this a lot recently, so here are some of my thoughts. Innovation to me means doing something different. In the context of climate action, I believe it starts with science and technology. However, this is just a catalyst to help people understand how changes they make now will accelerate overall progress.Continue reading “What innovation means to me”

International Women’s Day 2021

This year I’ve been invited to contribute to an online event organised by Soroptimist International on 8th March. I’ll be joining a local club and talking about how Perfect Sense AQ can empower everyone to learn about the ethical use of technology, and how we can all turn data into information to protect our healthContinue reading “International Women’s Day 2021”

Youth voice at the Climate Emergency Advisory Committee – Leeds City Council

Thanks to an invite from Leeds City Council’s Climate Emergency Advisory Committee, I was able to participate in January’s meeting and share the impact of a pin badge made with graphene. Great to watch it live in a break from online lessons! Header image is by Markus Spiske from Pexels