Elena Cresci, journalist for The Guardian and blogger at http://seamlessblog.wordpress.com

The best part about May so far has been discovering the forgotten garments. Guess which bit of my outfit is Me Made! (hint: it's not the tea)

Professor Dame Jean Thomas FRS, FMedSci - Professor of Macromolecular Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge and first female Master of St Catharine's College, Cambridge

Professor Dame Jean Thomas FRS, FMedSci - Professor of Macromolecular Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge and first female Master of St Catharine's College, Cambridge

Dave Cornthwaite (International Development Studies, 2004), Record-breaking adventurer, author...and Swansea graduate (via http://www.davecornthwaite.com)

Dave Cornthwaite is an Adventurer, Motivational Speaker, Author, official World Record breaker and founder of SayYesMore, dedicated to making life memorable

Renee Godfrey (Swansea University Anthropology, 2003), TV presenter and four-time Wales champion surfer (via http://www.humanplanetblog.com/?tag=renee-godfrey)

Renee Godfrey (Swansea University Anthropology, 2003), TV presenter and four-time Wales champion surfer (via http://www.humanplanetblog.com/?tag=renee-godfrey)

Liam Dutton (Swansea Uni Geography, 2002), is Channel 4's first ever weather presenter (via Channel4News http://www.youtube.com/user/Channel4News)

Channel 4 News Science Editor Tom Clarke and Weather Presenter Liam Dutton on drought

Sir John Meurig Thomas - former Head of the Department of Physical Chemistry at Cambridge University, and Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

Sir John Meurig Thomas - former Head of the Department of Physical Chemistry at Cambridge University, and Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain.

Prof Lyn Evans CBE or 'Evans the Atom' (Physics, 1970) led CERN's international Large Hadron Collider, which 'discovered' the elusive Higgs Boson in 2012.  Lyn now directs the Linear Collider project, building the world’s next major particle accelerator.

Higgs team head's shock at find

Prof Lyn Evans CBE or 'Evans the Atom' (Physics, led CERN's international Large Hadron Collider, which 'discovered' the elusive Higgs Boson in Lyn now directs the Linear Collider project, building the world’s next major particle accelerator.

Clive Gammon, "one of the world’s top sports journalists" covered Olympic Games, Muhammad Ali fights and World Cups during the course of his career (pic via http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/9334813/Clive-Gammon.html)

Clive Gammon

Clive Gammon, "one of the world’s top sports journalists" covered Olympic Games, Muhammad Ali fights and World Cups during the course of his career (pic via http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/9334813/Clive-Gammon.html)

David (Dai) Wild - geographer, mountaineer, and winner of the Polar Medal (pic via http://www.antarctic-monument.org/index.php?page=dai-wild)

David (Dai) Wild - geographer, mountaineer, and winner of the Polar Medal (pic via http://www.antarctic-monument.org/index.php?page=dai-wild)

Professor Colin Pillinger CBE (Chemistry, 1961-68): his first job was with NASA, analysing the lunar samples brought back by Apollo 11, and he was later responsible for sending Beagle 2 to Mars (pic via http://www.radiotimes.com/news/2011-12-27/colin-pillinger-and-his-life-scientific)

Colin Pillinger and his Life Scientific

Professor Colin Pillinger CBE - Inspirational OU tutor and passionate communicator


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