About Robin Andrews
"Here, on the edge of what we know,
in contact with the ocean of the unknown,
shines the mystery and the beauty of the world.
And it's breathtaking."
Robin George Andrews is a doctor of volcanology, the Science and Policy Writer at I Fucking Love Science, a Contributor at Forbes, a science consultant to The Science Channel and others, an occasional lecturer and sci-themed stand up, an award-winning freelance photographer, an impending popular science author, and a Time Lord. His articles have been viewed by 250 million people in the last two years, he's a supporter of the Resistance against the Trump administration, and he once danced with the Swedish Royal Family at the Nobel prize ceremonies. Al Gore might have chucked at his description of the President once upon a time, the Governor of Washington owes him a tour of LIGO, and Deepak Chopra doesn't like him very much. He's a fan of talking to astronauts, and even more of a fan of scientists running for Congress. One of the original liberal snowflakes.
Any opportunity to spread inspiring science to non-scientists, to take beautiful photographs, to travel to both familiar and exotic places, to read my way through vibrant literature, to demystify the world with science, to see works by Van Gogh, to read books by Murakami, to cause a little mischief, and to take enormous risks and find that next adrenaline rush, I’ll take. My friends and my family are always at the forefront of my mind. And I’ll always sneak a reference to Doctor Who into a piece of otherwise extremely serious academic work or piece of science communication.
Doctor Robin George Andrews, MSci PhD ARSM FGS
"In heaven, all the interesting people are missing." - F. Nietzsche. Keep up the mischief, folks.