Dr Michelle Dickinson is a regular commentator on live television and radio and has been showcased across the world on Al Jazeera, BBC and TVNZ.
She also hosts her own television shows:
TV & MEDIA
KITCHEN SCIENCE SEASON 1
Kitchen Science the TV show is based on recipes from the Kitchen Science Cookbook (Kitchen Science Cabinet Projects) and hosted by author Dr Michelle Dickinson.
Each episode using item from the kitchen to create a fun and educational science experiment that all of the family can get involved with.
KITCHEN SCIENCE SEASON 2
Kitchen Science season 2 is a cooking show that teaches the science secrets to making every recipe perfect! Hosted by Dr Michelle Dickinson, this season includes family favourite recipies including fermented tomato ketchup, macaroni cheese and sausage rolls! Episodes playing now on TVNZ on demand in New Zealand
NANOGIRL AND THE IMAGINAUTS
Nanogirl (Dr Michelle Dickinson) hosts this fun and educational science game show were contestants compete in competitive science experiment challenges! Winner of the IPST Education Award at the Science Film Festival this show has been translated to multiple different languages, from Indonesian to Zulu.
BREAKING IT DOWN
Breaking It Down with Dr Michelle Dickinson is an educational science show aimed at Years 7-9. The program was initially broadcast on TVNZ and produced during the COVID-19 lockdown for the home learning channel. Each episode is accompanied by a teaching resource available for teachers and parents to download at:
IN THE PRESS
Forbes Article - Let's Talk STEM for parents
Guardian Article - COVID-19 press conference for children
Sydney Morning Herald - Talking to kids about COVID-19
One News - Science educator Nanogirl stops the spread of some coronavirus myths111s
The Spinoff - Building an online learning platform in 3 days
Stuff - Nanogirl's mission to make STEM more accessible this summer
Stuff - Diversity in STEM: the push to get young girls into science, and keep them there
New Zealand Herald - Michelle Dickinson inspires Whangārei's future teachers
Simplemost - Why Putting A Wooden Spoon On A Pot Prevents Water From Boiling Over