Alysha Huxley

Science communicator

Ms Alysha Huxley is a science communicator who joined Scientell in 2020. She is a passionate science writer with experience creating content for websites, brochures, media articles, reports and strategies. Alysha manages the creation of Scientell’s infographics, videos, and animations and is skilled at maximising engaging visual formats to communicate complex science messages.

Alysha is experienced in project management and initiating and cultivating strong relationships with clients.

An experienced science presenter, Alysha has often spoken on ABC radio about scientific breakthroughs and has had science articles published by media outlets including Australian Geographic and CSIRO’s ECOS and Double Helix.

She has a double degree in environmental science and journalism from Monash University.

Publications by Alysha Huxley

Publications written through Scientell

Publications written under own by-line

  • Turtle sexing impacted by chemicals article

2020 – present – I have a regular science segment with ABC Gippsland and speak occasionally on ABC Melbourne (Sammy J) and with ABC Victoria.  

Autumn trees: where to see them and why autumn leaves change colour.

The Thomson River: tranquil kayaking experience and the importance of the river ecosystem in Gippsland.

Sunset phenomena: The physics of the Green Flash, plus great places to watch the sunset around Victorian beaches.