Becca Wilson is an interdisciplinary researcher with a career spanning the space, atmospheric and health sciences. She is currently at University of Liverpool developing open source software for the sharing, access and immersive data visualisation of sensitive health data. Becca holds significant expertise in science communication and public engagement – working with schools, museums and funders nationally. She is passionate about increasing diversity in STEM, particularly amongst ethnic minority groups and people with disabilities, and is a disability activist committed to improving inclusivity in the academic sector. She blogs for AccessAble about accessibility and is a massive whisky geek!
This website includes the following portfolios of work I have conducted or developed: