Stephanie (Steph) was a Sêr Cymru Research Fellow who led FIRE Lab from 2018-2022. She is now studying an MA in Creative Writing and Education at Goldsmith’s University.
Daphne is a visual designer who worked with FIRE Lab from 2020-2022 and continues the art-science connection in her new role with Oriel Science at Swansea University.
Merryn is a geographer who worked with FIRE Lab from 2020-2022. She is now a Research Officer with the Centre for Ageing and Dementia Research at Swansea University and leads a project on Understanding Older people’s PerspecTives and Imaginaries of Climate change.
Rochelle was a Research Assistant with FIRE Lab in 2022. She graduated in 2021 from Swansea University’s Marine Science programme. She is now off to explore new adventures in Canada.
Sayali was a Research Assistant with FIRE Lab from 2018-2020. She is pursuing a doctoral degree at University of Dundee as a Hydro Nation Scholar.
James was a research assistant with FIRE Lab from 2018-2020. His PhD focused on invertebrate responses to water management operations in Great Britain. James is now a Science and Technical Officer at the River Restoration Centre.
Kherlen was an MSc student with the Department of Biosciences at Swansea University, and worked with with FIRE Lab as an intern for six months in 2020. She now works for the Mongolian Government.
Loren was an MSc student with the Department of Biosciences at Swansea University. She worked with FIRE Lab team to explore underwater cameras as a technique for characterising the diversity and behaviour of aquatic invertebrate communities. Loren graduated 12/2019.
Rose and George Fulton are home-ed students who collaborated with FIRE Lab team on community-lead fish projects. Rose is a co-editor at Green Fuse Magazine, a zine by and for young naturalists.