Mar 9, 2016
Science and art are thought of as unlikely bedfellows, but there's more that links them than you might think.
After her excellent talk for us as part of the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe, Claudia Schaffner talks to Dr Mhairi Stewart about her work trying to communicate science through art projects.
Oh, and the Australian joins in...
Dr Stewart started her scientific career as a molecular parasitologist fascinated at the intricate weapons and defences such small creatures can use against us. She came to realise however that her real passion lay in communicating research in innovative and creative ways.
She lives near St Andrews with her artist husband Gary Erskine and two cats named after literary characters, Meg and Mog.