Samuel Bladwell was born and raised in Sydney, and spent his youth torn between fine arts and physics. Eventually physics won out. Samuel completed his undergraduate degree at the University of New South Wales in Physics, with stints at ANU and the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. His primary interest at the time was in high energy physics - the kind of stuff they do in supercolliders. Samuel has been working in condensed matter physics and completed his PhD in 2018.
Sathana Dushyanthen completed her PhD through the University of Melbourne. Having developed a strong desire to be an educator from the first day and lecture of University, this desire developed into a passion for science educating. Now Sathana is intertwined within the University system and is slowly seeding her innovative ideas about traditional lecturing and online education and is currently developing a Master of Cancer Sciences.
Thimo Ruethers is currently studying his PhD at James Cook University, aiming to improve the management of fish allergy in Australian children and patients worldwide. Since 2015, he has been involved in the research of other food allergies, contributing to a better quality of life for allergy sufferers, their friends and relatives worldwide.