Facts are forgettable, but stories are sticky.
The remarkable story of the Makgadikgadi's Stone Age people.
Why learning to listen will help you avoid ‘helicopter research’ and make you a better science communicator.
Beer for Elephants
How a Botswana Brewery is helping farmers live with big grey giants.
Why academia needs to up its game when it comes to supporting mothers in science.
Scientists join their profession with the hope their research will benefit humanity. But many still inadvertently exploit local collaborators or communities.
Traveling Geologist Post on the Makgadikgadi salt pans, Botswana.
Why it's so difficult to initiate action on climate change and how we might do better as communicators
Discussing climate change and stone age archaeology with local communities in the Makgadikgadi salt pans.
What's it like to work as a Quaternary Scientist in Africa? An interview with RockHeadSciences.