It may be no surprise to you all that I like to write about the science I do in order to raise awareness of it's worth. I also blog to inform the general public and lay people about science in general, with a few opinion pieces based on my own knowledge and experience. Below is a list of some of these blogs and other pieces I have authored that aren't hosted by any of the sites in the 'Science Communication' sidebar.
Another way I like to engage interested parties in my research is by presenting a number of talks on various aspects or projects that I feel they would find interesting. This also includes speaking at conferences and updating the scientific community with advances in my research. Below is a list of the talks I've presented:
11th February 2016 - Midwife toads in Cambridge (Anglia Ruskin Wildlife Society)
23rd November 2017 - Amphibian conservation and midwife toads in Cambridge (Cambridge Conservation Forum)
2nd December 2017 - Investigating the presence of the amphibian chytrid fungus in a non-native species (Joint Scientific Meeting, Bournemouth)
4th February 2018 - Investigating the presence of the amphibian chytrid fungus in a non-native species (Herpetofauna Workers Meeting, Northampton)
19th April 2018 - Investigating Chytrid Fungus (University of Southampton Herpetological Society)