Dr Sian Loveless

Hydrogeologist at British Geological Survey

Hydrogeologist, British Geological Survey
NERC-Funded CSaP Policy Intern (February 2012 - May 2012), and CSaP Junior Associate Fellow

Dr Sian Loveless is a Hydrogeologist at the British Geological Survey. She was previously a Geoscientist at the Flemish Institute of Technology. In 2012, she completed her PhD in faults and fluid flow at the University of East Anglia, after carrying out a three-month policy internship at CSaP. She has a BSc (Hons) also from the UEA in Environmental Earth Science, and studied for a year at the University of Oregon (Geology).

She has been involved in a number of outreach events for schools and the public and is interested in policy and wider applications of hydrogeological sciences.

Read about Sian's experience as a Policy Intern here.

  • 3 May 2012, 10:30am

    Professional Development Policy Seminar for health scientists

    The Centre for Science and Policy, partnering with the Cambridge Institute of Public Health and the Centre for Diet and Activity Research (CEDAR), will deliver a Professional Development Policy Seminar for early career researchers, introducing them to the opportunities and the realities of engaging with policy.

  • 1 May 2012, 4:45pm

    Workshop on politics and ecosystem services

    CSaP, in association with Defra, Natural England and the Natural Capital Initiative, is organising a round-table workshop to explore how ecosystem services could be made more politically tractable.

  • In news articles

    Innovation management by global health entrepreneurs

    For diseases like TB, logistical and societal factors may be larger barriers to treatment than either drug innovation or affordability. Julia Fan Li outlined the role that entrepreneurship can have in helping to overcome these challenges.