Do you have a burning question you’ve always wanted to ask a scientist or a researcher? Head over to social news website Reddit and meet researchers from the University of Bath to ask them anything.
On Reddit, you’ll find:
Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh – Friday 27 November, 5pm
Join Professor Lorraine Whitmarsh, director of the Climate Change Research Centre from the University of Bath on r/IamA to ask questions about how people respond to environmental issues and how we can encourage public engagement and behaviour change to reduce our emissions.
Dr Pen-Yuan Hsing – Friday 27 November, 7pm
Join Dr Pen-Yuan Hsing from the University of Bath on r/AskScience to ask questions about ecology, conservation and wildlife monitoring. Pen founded a citizen science wildlife-monitoring project and is also an active open science/open source advocate.
Sign into Reddit to ask Pen questions about his research and life as a conservationist.
Michelle St Clair – Saturday 28 November, 7pm
Join Dr Michelle St Clair from the University of Bath on r/IamA to ask questions about how language develops (or doesn’t in children). Michelle is an expert in language development and disorders in children and has founded a project to support parents of children with Developmental Language Disorders.