Molly Webster is a producer from the fabulous RadioLab podcast, and also spent time reporting and producing stories for radio, magazine and live events, including Scientific American and National Geographic Adventure; the World Science Festival; and WNYC’s The Takeaway and Freakonomics Radio.
Ewen Callaway writes as a reporter for Nature’s News section. He also worked at New Scientist as a biomedical reporter, and holds degrees in both science writing and microbiology.
Sergio Pistoi is a science journalist and a consultant with a PhD in molecular biology. Journalistic credits include Scientific American, Reuters, the New Scientist, Nature and many others.
Ronald Jones is a professor of Interdisciplinary Studies at Konstfack where he leads the Experience Design Group, with a mission “to persuade, stimulate, inform, envision, entertain, and forecast events, influencing meaning and modifying human behavior.”
Mattias Barsk is a producer from Hjärnkontoret, an award-winning kid’s science TV show on SVT.
FA+ group, a visual artist duo made up of Ingrid Falk and Gustavo Aguerre, work on various projects in collaboration with other creators, scientists or professionals in different areas. One famous piece is the Drottninggatan citat.
David Kirby has written Lab Coats in Hollywood: Scientists Impact on Cinema, Cinema’s Impact on Science and Technology and is Senior Lecturer in Science Communication studies at University of Manchester.
Carl Johan Sundberg is Senior University Lecturer in Bioentrepreneurship and heads the Unit for Bioentrepreneurship at Karolinska Institutet. Carl Johan directs several other courses, e.g. Medicine for Journalists, Medicine for Decision Makers and Popular Science Communication for medical and PhD students.