Sarah Louise Bridle is a professor in the Extragalactic astronomy and Cosmology research group in the Jodrell Bank Centre for Astrophysics, part of the School of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Manchester. Sarah's research investigates the nature of the dark energy using weak graviational lenses. She has been the receipient of multiple awards including a Royal Society University Research Fellowship and a L'Oréal UK and Ireland Fellowship for Women in Science.
More recently Sarah has been utilising her experience as a data scientist to evaluate the impact that various foods have on the environment. Her new book Food and Climate Change: Without the Hot Air will be released in May. Sarah will be joining Philip Goff and Henry Gee to debate the value science has in the postmodern era.