Helen is a Physicist, oceanographer and broadcaster with a passion for science, sport, books, creativity, hot chocolate and investigating the interesting things in life. She currently works atUCL (University College London) in London, and is a science presenter for the BBC.
We're surrounded by fascinating science all the time, but we don't notice most of it. Helen loves playing with everyday science, and she writes a monthly column for BBC Focus magazine called 'Everyday Science'. They let her write about things like why wet paper bags are rubbish and why blueberry jam is pink. Helen is delighted to have been shortlisted for 'Columnist of the Year - Consumer Media' by the PPA (Professional Publishers Association) in the PPA Awards 2014.
Helen's book "Storm in a Teacup - The Physics of Everyday Life" is available from November 2016 (UK & Commonwealth), and January 2017 (US).