Lydia Nicholas is an anthropologist specialising in data ethics and medical technology futures.
She uses participatory and creative methods to work with people on the frontline to explore the present, develop ambitious, inclusive visions of better health and care, and to build a better world. She also writes for New Scientist and national newspapers, performs stand-up comedy about science and on the Rusty Quill Gaming Podcast.
What piece of work are you most proud of?
Creating Better Care in the age of Automation