Rabaiotti, D. & Caruso, N. M. (2017) Does It Fart?, Quercus



BBC Wildlife Magazine – How do African wild dogs hunt? 

The Verge – The Last Jedi’s porgs may be a serious threat to the galaxy’s ecosystems 

ScienceGrrl – Don’t shoot the messenger: the deeper problem behind the all-male Commons STC

ECOS – A dog’s life

New Nature Magazine – Unpaid Internships



Environmental Crime POSTnote

Event in parliament on environmental crime

Policy events at ZSL

Public consultation on Genetic technologies with the Royal Society


Public outreach

Mentor for the ArtScience Prize at Ravensbourne College

Meet the Scientist at Zoo Nights

Women in Science online lectures



Guest Blogs

Wild Science – Does it Fart – the book

Europe Section, SCB – Large mammals aren’t getting enough attention (for once)

Wild Science – A dog’s life: Using conservation technology to monitor African wild dogs

Living Alongside Wildlife – Bill Nye, Meet Science Twitter 

London NERC DTP Blog – Reptile Highlights of Southern California


Social Media

Twitter – @DaniRabaiotti

Host of @Biotweeps

#DoesItFart – this hashtag lead to wide public exposure, including in the Times, the Washington Post and on CBC for a collaborative spreadsheet logging data on animal flatulence. This lead to the publication of my book – ‘Does It Fart? The definitive guide to animal flatulence’

#BillMeetScienceTwitter – this hashtag encouraged scientists to introduce themselves and their work to Bill Nye, and lead to a slot showcasing a diverse range of scientists on Bill Nye Saves the World

#FakeGnus – this hashtag got media coverage in a number of outlets including BBC Wildlife

#ReviewForScience – This hashtag encouraged scientists to leave reviews of every day objects they use in their science. It gained widespread media coverage including by BBC Radio 4 and Live Science