Public Presentations & Appearances
July 2021: “Straight Talks” presentation at Seaford Secondary School.
June 2021: Flinders University Ecology, Evolution & Environment Seminar “Fishy brains and fossil endocasts: early vertebrate neural adaptations to life on land“
May 2021: Guest interviewee on “The Backpacker’s Guide To Prehistory” podcast.
May 2021: Connecting Women in STEM, online event organised by Thebarton College.
Mar 2021: Radio Interviews (Radio Adelaide, ABC Radio Bega, NITV)
Feb 2021: Lightning Keynote at Women in STEM Breakfast, STEM Enrichment Academy.
(Postponed due to COVID) Nov 2020: Inspiring women in STEM, Flaxmill Primary School.
October 2020: STEAM Week, Woodend Primary School.
September 2020: “X-ray Fossils” CSIRO Stem Professionals in Schools, Happy Valley Primary School.
July 2020: “Marsupial Skulls” CSIRO Stem Professionals in Schools, Happy Valley Primary School.
May 2020: Interviewed by Prof. Flint from Dinosaur University to celebrate the great Mary Anning’s 221st birthday.
May 2020: Invited speaker, Butterfly Conservation SA monthly meeting, “Brain evolution of fossil fish and the first tetrapods“.
March 2020: Radio interview, The Wire, with Lachlan McPherson.
March 2020: Panellist, Flinders Brave public lecture, Alere Function Centre.
Feb 2020: “Dr Alice – Fossil Hunter” CSIRO Stem Professionals in Schools, Happy Valley Primary School.
Feb 2020: A thank you to the Flinders University donor community for Impact Seed Funding.
Dec 2019: Invited speaker, A Story of the Motherfish, Marine Discovery Centre, Henley Beach, Adelaide.
Dec 2019: Interviewed by David Bevan on ABC Adelaide “Mornings” (listen here from 34min)
May 2019: Invited Speaker, Palaeo in the Pub, “Old Four Legs – the evolutionary history of the coelacanth”, with Prof. Richard Cloutier and Dr Hugo Dutel.
December 2018: Featured on the children’s science TV show, Scope (Channel 10)
September 2018: Invited speaker, Geological Society of Australia Networking and Speed Mentoring night. Adelaide University.
June 2018: 10 minute live radio interview on ABC Radio Hobart Breakfast with Ryk Goddard about my research investigating the stem-osteichthyan, Ligulalepis.
June 2018: Filmed segment for TV about our work on Ligulalepis.
April 2018: Invited Speaker, Palaeo in the Pub, ‘Once we were fish – exploring our piscine origins’, with Dr Brian Choo and Prof John Long.
2016: Live radio interview for Radio National Breakfast with Fran Kelly about my recent research into lungfish brains.
2010: Invited Speaker, Field Naturalist Club of Victoria. Seminar about fieldwork and recent fossil finds from the Gogo Formation.
2009: Live radio interview on Einstein a go-go (RRR 102.7fm, weekly science show) about a new fossil lungfish, Melbourne.
2009: Presenter, South Australia Museum ‘Palaeo-Week’. Seminar for High School students and the general public about palaeontology and careers in science.
Popular Science Articles & Other Blog Contributions
CLEMENT, A. M. 2021. When our evolutionary ancestors first crawled onto land, their brains only half-filled their skulls. The Conversation. Mar 20, 2021.
Cloutier, R., Long, J. and CLEMENT, A. M. 2020. Elpistostege: a fish with legs or a tetrapod with fins? The Science Breaker. Dec 16, 2020.
CLEMENT, A. M. 2019. Au revoir, Richard! Beer n’ Bones. 13(2), 2-3.
CLEMENT, A. M. 2018. The Enigma Fish from Wee Jasper. Beer n’ Bones. 12(3), 7-8.
CLEMENT, A. M. and Long, J. A. 2018. It’s less than 2cm long, but this 400 million year old fossil fish changes our view of vertebrate evolution. The Conversation. May 30, 2018.
CLEMENT, A. M. 2018. How to become a palaeontologist. Australia’s Science Channel (republished by Lisa Bailey). April 18, 2018.
CLEMENT, A. M. 2018. On the hunt for tetrapod footprints. Beer n’ Bones. 12(1), 1-3.
CLEMENT, A. M. and Long, J. A. 2016. A new brain-warp technique that helps to reconstruct fossil brains. The Conversation. July 21, 2016.
CLEMENT, A. M. 2012. (Various blog pieces for http://www.blog.fishesofaustralia.net.au)
CLEMENT, A. M. 2010. The First Breath. Australasian Science. 31, 5.
Features & Interviews (print)
Dijkstra, M. 2021. What did the brains of the first land vertebrates look like? Frontiers Science News. March 26, 2021.
Arman, S. 2020. Interview: Dr Alice Clement. Beer n’ Bones. 14(1), 9-11.
CLEMENT, A. M. 2011. Keystones in evolution – Gasping for air. Cosmos. 41, 41.