Sally Le Page

Biologist and Science Communicator

YouTube Channel Shed Science

Sally Le Page

 

 

Sally Le Page is a British evolutionary biologist and science communicator. She is best known for making educational science content on YouTube, both for her own channel and for collaborations with groups such as General Electric and Rooster Teeth. She completed her PhD at the University of Oxford. In 2013 Le Page won The Guardian and Oxford University Press Very Short Film competition. She is the science correspondent on Rooster Teeth. She won Science Slam in Oxford in 2013. Since 2012, Le Page has created videos for her own science YouTube channel Shed Science, which has over 50,000 subscribers, and where she publishes science videos, vlogs and interviews other science communicators. In 2014 she performed at the Royal Institution. In 2015 she became the General Electric Creator in Residence. She joined them at South by Southwest, where she discussed the neuroscience of taste. In 2017 she was invited by BNP Paribas Foundation to make a science video studying coral reefs in Polynesia, and later in the year criticized UK water suppliers for their use of dowsing to find water. Le Page is a campaigner for LGBT equality and queer visibility in STEM.