The Scientific Blonde TikTok account has nearly 35,000 followers and promotes women’s health science. The videos, hosted by Kellie, a specialist biomedical scientist in histopathology, address topics such as fertility, childbirth, menstrual cycles, and more, intending to disintegrate taboos and assist women in better comprehending their bodies through study and scientific proof information.
On TikTok, follow @scientificblonde: https://www.tiktok.com/@scientificblonde
Dr. Anna Blakney uses, TikTok, Professor of Bioengineering at the University of British Columbia, to combat misleading vaccine information. Throughout the pandemic, she has been responding to questions about COVID-19 and trying to dispel vaccine mythologies, amassing over a quarter-million supporters along the way. Her most famous video snippets cover variants, clinical signs, sensationalist headlines, and more.
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Tadhg began his career in Ireland as a resource teacher at Carrigaline Community School in early December 2020. The school was aware of his online presence from the start and is perfectly alright with it.
Tadhg’s first TikTok attempts were mere attempts to enter that stream of arbitrary content. However, they quickly drew the focus of students, who began emailing him to inform him that he had appeared on their For You Page. Tadhg’s new gimmick is bite-sized videos of relatable school content. And by bite-size, we mean between five and ten seconds. The premise is that he is either the student, teacher or both. He used catchphrases in his lessons long before he joined TikTok. He claims that if he can create a meme that is related to whatever topic he is
teaching in science, he will include it.
Microbiologist and storyteller Maren Hunsberger is first on our list of science communicators making a splash on TikTok. With nearly 20,000 dedicated followers and around 913k likes, Maren’s videos cover topics such as gender inclusivity in science, vaccines, body positivity and more. Her most popular video has over 2.1million views to date and gives a 60-second account of the critical work of aerospace engineer Judith Love Cohen.
She has frequently contributed to science scripts and served as a video host for Seeker, where she conducted research, wrote, and presented videos on breaking science news. Surprisingly Brilliant is a science history podcast from Seeker and iHeart Radio that she also co-host, create, and produces. In addition, she makes, presents, and writes science videos as a freelancer for companies in the scientific and media industries, including Lawrence Livermore National Lab, Bright Trip and FoodUnfolded too!