careers-hannah_devlin Dr Hannah Devlin is the Guardian’s science correspondent and an avid science communciator, covering the latest science news ranging from space exploration to breastfeeding rates to bookish brainteasers. Previously, Hannah was the science editor of the Times. She has a PhD in brain imaging using MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) from the University of Oxford.
  Dr George Mackerron is a Lecturer in Economics at the University of Sussex. For his PhD at LSE, George created Mappiness, a geo-located experience sampling study that gathered over 3.5 million responses from more than 65,000 individuals to date. Now George co-directs PSYT, which provides real-time measurement technology solutions for behavioural scientists.
Suzy Moat Dr Suzy Moat is an Associate Professor of Behavioural Science at Warwick Business School, where she co-directs the Data Science Lab. Suzy’s research has demonstrated how data generated through our everyday use of the Internet can help us measure and predict behaviour in the real world. She is also a Faculty Fellow of the Alan Turing Institute.
 Version 2 Professor Robert Plomin directs Twins Early Development Study (TEDS), which follows over 10,000 twin pairs since birth in 1994-1996 to the present day. In his studies of the genetic and environmental causes of individual differences in learning abilities, Robert has pioneered technologies for measuring complex behavioural traits in large samples.
 Adam Rutherford Dr Adam Rutherford is a science writer and broadcaster. He was an editor for the journal Nature, frequently contributes to the newspaper The Guardian, and he hosts BBC Radio 4’s flagship science programme Inside Science. Adam has also produced several science documentaries and he’s just published a new book about who we are and how we came to be.
p01k103b Professor Sophie Scott studies the neuroscience of sound, voices, speech, laughter. She leads the speech communication neuroscience group at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience at University College London (UCL). Sophie is also a Stand-up Scientist, whose 2015 TED talk on why we laugh has been viewed more than 2 million times.