Astrophysicist and Science Communicator, The University of Melbourne
Clare Kenyon is an astrophysicist and science communicator with a keen focus on media and outreach. With a background in teaching plus qualifications and experiences spanning from sport to music, from criminology to leadership, she enjoys finding ways to explain science in an engaging and understandable way.
You can often find her commentating on the latest space and general science happenings on ABC News Channel's programme, The World, and most weekends on ABC Radio Canberra's Saturday Breakfast with Adrienne Francis.
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Mar 27, 2022 14:09 pm UTC| Science
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