Lucien Schreiber

Lucien Schreiber works as a science communicator and data analyst on a wide range of topics, including life sciences, new technologies, environmental conservation, entrepreneurship, food science, and the relationships between outdoor sports, health, and well-being. Passionate about science and innovation, he is also keen on clear writing and making science more accessible to the general public. He enjoys using storytelling and effective visuals to create engaging science narratives.

Lucien studied biomedical engineering at the University of Galway on the west coast of Ireland. He completed a PhD, funded via the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions of the European Commission, between the University of Galway and a biotech start-up in Venice, Italy. He also worked at the European Commission as a policy analyst Blue Book trainee, where he analysed the impact of the EU’s R&I funding programmes towards the development of hydrogen technologies in Europe.

Originally from France, he speaks also English and Italian. If not behind his laptop, you will likely find Lucien on the water. He has been kayaking since a young age and travels all around the world to paddle new rivers and compete at freestyle and extreme kayaking competitions.

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