Andrea Sella

Andrea Sella

Known for: Acting
Biography: 1961-02-01 (63 years old)

Biography

Andrea Sella (born February 1961) is a chemist and broadcaster based at University College London where he is a Professor of Inorganic Chemistry.

He studies rare-earth metals and collaborates with several research groups on hydrogen storage, carbonitrides, and nanotube insertion chemistry. He has been involved in numerous television documentaries, including the 2010 BBC documentary Chemistry: A Volatile History, which was nominated for the 2010 British Academy Television Awards in the category Specialist Factual. In 2014 he presented "My Family and other Ibex" and "Urine Trouble: What's in our Water" on BBC Radio 4. He has been a guest on Melvyn Bragg's In Our Time and appeared regularly on radio programmes like Start the Week, Weekend, Newshour, the Today Programme and the Infinite Monkey Cage. He has been consultant and contributor for the BBC World Service's series "Elemental Economics" presented by Justin Rowlatt.

Filmography

all 8

self 8

TV Shows 7

Movies 1

Ratings

Average 7.58
Based on 1.83 Thousand movie and tv ratings over time
2010
2010
2013
2015

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Known For
Acting

Gender
Male

Birthday
1961-02-01 (63 years old)

Awards
Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, Michael Faraday Prize

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