I have been a freelance journalist since 2015. I write for several of Swedens leading media outlets, including Forsking & Framsteg, Ny Teknik and Sveriges Radio (public service) . I am also co-hosting the podcast P3 Dystopia, among other radio shows.
My upcoming project, together with evolutionary biologist Jessica Abbott, is to describe the evolution of life. For this project, we got a grant, Natur och Kulturs arbetsstipendier, in September 2019.
I give about 20 lectures a year on biology, biotechnology and the future of science.
2011 – 15
Journalist, reporter and news editor at Swedish public radio science department, Sveriges Radio. As news editor I was head the daily production of news, choosed our news stories and supervised the reporters. I also hosted the technology show Tekniksafari. The aim of the show was to present new technology in an engaging and surprising way. I covered a wide range of areas, from augmented reality to robot-building classes for children. As reporter, I was working with both news stories and features as well as a live broadcaster for our news. During a period I was managing the content of our home page and other social media.
PhD- student i Biology, Lund University 2009-2011.
Working as a PhD-student was engaging and gave me a broad knowledge of biology. My research area was vision in insects and how this corresponds to flight speed. I had the opportunity to teach in several university courses, including physiology, sensory biology and neurobiology. I also had the opportunity to develop and take part in a Biology show for children hosted by my department.
MSci. in Biology Lund University 2004-2008.
During my studies I took courses in several different biological subjects, from physiology and genetics to ecology. I also took courses in chemistry, philosophy and astronomy.