Manisha Lalloo is a science writer and communicator.
She studied chemistry at Durham University before discovering she preferred to talk about science than practice it. On making the switch into public engagement she has worked as a blogger, policy advisor and organised a host of science events. Although chemistry remains her first love, today her work has taken her into physics, computing, engineering and beyond.
Ozonide structures determined safely with room to adapt the technique to other unstable compounds
Stick-on patch with glucose responsive microneedles releases insulin automatically whenever it is needed
Chemists turn drug discovery process on its head to create small molecules that could treat diseases like cancer
Device produces electricity from lactate and could run sensors to monitor patients' health