Britt Wray – Crispr the disruptor

Britt Wray – Crispr the disruptor

Posted by Danske Ideer on Thursday, March 16, 2017

Alastair Parvin, Britt Wray & Yasaman Sheri : The Future Human

Alastair Parvin, Britt Wray & Yasaman Sheri : The Future HumanFrom June 15 to June 17 Made in Space is exploring alternative futures. All talks and conversations will be livestreamed right here at Facebook. Check the full program here: SEE YOU IN SPACE 🚀

Posted by SPACE10 on Saturday, June 17, 2017

Rise of the Necrofauna coverage

Science is inching closer to bringing species back from extinction — but the rise of necrofauna has risks in The National Post

Rise of the Necrofauna review in Quill and Quire

The Rise of Necrofauna and the Ethical Dilemma of De-Extinction in Seeker

Discussions on de-extinction with Concordia University

Rise of the Necrofauna excerpt in The Scientist

The Possibilities of De-Extinction on the Influenced by Nature Podcast

Discussing de-extinction on the SIRIUSXM Arlene Bynon show

Rise of the Necrofauna interview on Turning Pages, University of Manitoba FM

Interviewed about Rise of the Necrofauna on KW Magazine at CKWR FM

Interviewed on PRI Living on Earth about de-extinction

Rise of the Necrofauna on Global Morning News

(I mistakenly said on Global Morning News that the passenger pigeon research was taking place at University of California Berkeley when it was instead at University California Santa Cruz).

Word of Wheeler podcast – Zombie Animals with Britt Wray

Profiles and features

Interview with Science Communication Author: Britt Wray, Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology

EUSynbioS blog about AURATOR

Interview by Faculty Magazine

Interview by Girls Are Awesome

Interview by EUSynbioS

Visual profile on Boots & Pine

Art Science Journal covers The DIY Body Project

Researcher page at University of Copenhagen

30 000 foot view of biology, Pecha Kucha

To script or not to script? That is the audio storyteller’s question on CBC Radio’s The Doc Project.

Mentioned in Forbes The Limit Does Not Exist podcast episode featuring Nadja Oertelt as “a woman who is doing awesome things in science communication”

My episode “Doing the No No” for the podcast Love and Radio listed on The Atlantic’s round up of exceptional journalism from 2016.