The strength of See Science lies in the company staff and consultants, who have many years' experience of working in the field of education and delivery of enrichment activities.
The core See Science team is:
Cerian Angharad is the Managing Director and co-founder of See Science.
Cerian has been a science teacher since 1993 and her experience includes 12 years as Head of Physics in a Welsh-medium comprehensive in South Wales.
Cerian's first degree is in Physics from Cardiff University and she completed a CPE course in Law at the University of Glamorgan before embarking on a PGCE course at Aberystwyth University. She was awarded CSiTeach in 2008.
Cerian has been a keen supporter of the Institute of Physics throughout her career and has been a Teacher Network Coordinator for the Institute of Physics since 2004 and a Coach since 2015.
She has experience of organising successful teacher conferences as well as practical workshops and events for schools across the Region. She is a Field Officer for the Association for Science Education since 2004 organising a wide range of events for science teachers in Wales and is also a Hub Leader for Primary Science Quality Mark.
Cerian co-founded See Science in 2010 with Liz Terry. Since then, See Science has worked in successful partnership with many organisations across the UK, including the Royal Society of Biology, The Royal Society of Chemistry, The National Museum of Wales – Amgueddfa Cymru and Primary Science Teaching Trust.
Cerian was awarded the MBE for services to science promotion and engagement with young people in the January 2020 New Year Honours List.
Llinos Misra joined the team at their Cardiff office in January 2017.
She is the Project Co-ordinator at See Science and develops and delivers a wide range of workshops for schools and community groups across Wales.
Llinos is also the Regional CREST Support Officer for Wales.
Keen to enable Welsh schools to access high quality STEM resources in the Welsh language, she is an experienced translator of resources for various organisations.
Llinos has a varied background having worked in the chemical industry, in schools and in science communication.
She graduated in 1990 with a degree in Chemical Engineering and worked as an engineer in the chemical manufacturing industry before gaining a PGCE in secondary maths. She then worked across the education sector, including in secondary and primary schools as well as teaching Basic Skills to Adults.
Another change of direction saw Llinos working at a leading science centre where she was involved in the development and delivery of a wide range of educational programmes for school and public audiences of all ages.
Hayley Pincott coordinates the STEM Ambassador programme for the STEM Ambassador Hub in Wales, See Science. The role involves recruitment, training, DBS processing, and deployment of over 1,600 STEM Ambassadors in Wales.
Additionally, she liaises with teachers, employers, educators and community groups to support enrichment activities through the STEM Ambassador programme.
Hayley joined the team as she is keen to assist and support STEM Ambassadors to promote and highlight STEM subjects and STEM careers. Hayley has previously worked as an Associate Practitioner in the NHS and her role was to assist in the monitoring, diagnosing and treatment of disease.
She has nearly 20 years’ experience working in Biomedical Science laboratories covering a range of pathology disciplines including Histology, Biochemistry, Haematology and Blood Bank.
She initially became a STEM Ambassador to raise the profile of healthcare scientists and is the Institute of Biomedical Science South East Wales branch secretary. Hayley completed PGCert in Science Communication and Public Engagement from the University of Edinburgh in 2021.
Louise Thomas joined the Cardiff See Science Team in January 2023.
She liaises with teachers, employers, educators and community groups to support enrichment activities through the STEM Ambassador programme.
Louise graduated from the University of Liverpool in 1991, with a degree in Anatomy and Human Biology. She pursued a career in Clinical Embryology for 17 years, firstly working for the University of Bristol and then for the College of Medicine, Cardiff. Her role involved the use of human gametes to create embryos for patient treatment, storage of human gametes and embryos plus academic publications.
In 2010 she gained PGCE in Secondary Science, plus won the Pedagogy Prize at Cardiff Met. Following a period of teaching both secondary Biology and Physics in Cardiff, she has now joined See Science to inspire the next generation of Scientists.