Publications, Media Coverage, Blogs & Presentations

Maths and nature link 'proven' by Manchester scientists
Maths and nature link ‘proven’ by Manchester scientists

Just a few articles and media coverage of projects I’ve worked on:


MA Ferrario, J Southern, W Simm and E Ochu (2013) On the ‘Other’ Edge of
Innovation: Community-University partnerships disrupt the mundane International Journal of Community Based Research No. 11, p16-17

Whittle JW, Ochu E, Ferrario MA, Southern J and McNally R Beyond Research in the Wild: Citizen-Led Research as a Model for Innovation in the Digital Economy Proceeding Digital Futures 2012, Aberdeen 2012

All slide presentations from talks are available here.

Manchester Beacon:

Final evaluation of the Manchester Beacon for public engagement, 2012.

The Cultural Revolution, Erinma Ochu explores Science in a new mix (2011), People & Science, Sept 11, p20

Turing’s Sunflowers:

Ochu E. 2012. ‘Turing’s Sunflowers’ FutureEverybody Report: p41.

Media Coverage

March – October 2013

Turing’s Sunflowers achieved a global media reach of 62.4M and crowdsourced the biggest dataset of number patterns in sunflowers. Read some of the coverage here.

October 2013

Telegraph: I can’t get you out of my head named as catchiest tune by Hailey Dixon

BBC Radio Manchester: Ashley & Erinma talking about Hooked launching at Manchester Science Festival


Scistarter: Hooked – can’t get that song out of your head – here’s why by Arvind Suresh

On the Platform: Hooked on citizen science by Bianca Manu

Music Matters: Can’t get it out of your head by Henkjan Honning

Manchester Confidential: MOSI explores the power of music by Jonathan Smith

Faculty of Medical and Human Sciences blog: celebrities join mass experiment on musical hooks by University of Manchester

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