Find out more about the Museum's informatics team.
Drupal developer for Scratchpads
Lead architect of the Museum's data portal.
Plant taxonomist interested in the application of informatics tools to the study of plant biodiversity. Involved in support, training and outreach activities of Scratchpads as well as the development of new project proposals
Software developer for scratchpads with a specialist knowledge of orthopteroid insects (in particular stick insects and cockroaches).
Wikimedian in residence at the Natural History Museum and the Science Museum helping the Museum's material reach the widest audience possible and to improving the understanding of Wikimedia and other open knowledge projects.
Drupal developer integrating research data into Scratchpads, a Drupal-based platform of web-based informatics tools and services.
e-Taxonomy Support Specialist in the Life Sciences Department currently working on the Scratchpads project. I also worked on eMonocot and a World Taxonomic Catalogue of Coreidae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera).
Senior Scratchpads and biodiversity informatics developer.
Cybertaxonomist leading various initiatives to develop digital frameworks to provide research information for the taxonomic community.
A microbiologist specialising in ciliated protozoa. The problems of ciliate nomenclature led to Dave's involvement in the influential Nomencurator project and indirectly to running the EU project Unifying revisionary Taxonomy on the Web.