Juniper Kiss is an undergraduate student at Anglia Ruskin University (Cambridge) on the Marine Biology with Biodiversity and Conservation course. She has worked with invasive species and biocontrol agent testing at CABI (Egham) and agricultural crop variety testing at NIAB (Cambridge). She used image analysis for oilseed rape petals, pods and cotyledons for over 300,000 samples in a year, and is now doing her dissertation on geometric morphometric analysis of brambles (subgenus Rubus), trying to untangle their complex and prickly taxonomy. She is also passionate about science communication, public outreach and publishing. She started up GOES magazine, an open access magazine written and designed by students. She was awarded the Golden Opportunities Scholarship by the American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science and Soil Science (2016) and the Anglia Trust Foundation Scholarship three times (2014, 2015 and 2016) to travel to the Namib Desert, Finland and Nepal.