The Global Lab is a podcast about cities, global connectivity and the impact of technology produced by the UCL Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis (UCL-CASA). The UCL Beacon Bursary scheme generously provided start-up funds for recording equipment.
Claire Ross is a doctoral student at the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. She likes museums, digital things and what people think of them. She also has a penchant for pretty visualisations. Read her blog claireyross.wordpress.com or follow her on twitter: @clairey_ross
Hannah Fry is a research associate on the Global Dynamics project within CASA. She was trained as a mathematician and her interests revolve around the dynamics of social systems. She likes maps, python and a nice good juicy bit of maths. Read her blog hannahfry.co.uk or follow her on twitter @fryrsquared. Please.
Martin Zaltz Austwick lectures on the CASA MRes in Spatial Analysis and Visualization – having previously been a quantum physicist and a medical physicist he now calls himself a “social physicist” to link himself to a degree he did a long time ago and he’s rapidly forgetting. You can read his blog, SociablePhysics.com or follow him via @SociablePhysics on twitter – very web 2.0.