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Richard Waller

Richard is a geographer working at Keele University with a particular interest in glaciers, permafrost and Arctic environments. His primary research interests relate to the development and interpretation of glaciated landscapes and he has worked on glaciers in Iceland, Norway, the Alps, Greenland and Arctic Canada. He has delivered sessions on a range of topics relating to glaciers, permafrost and Arctic environmental change to a variety of different audiences.

Johnny Ball

Johnny has been enthusing about Maths and Science for many years and is still as motivational as ever since his 23 Maths and Science series for BBC and ITV all written and presentedby Johnny. He also wrote and produced 5 Educational Stage Musicals in the 1990's and his Dome Show in 2000 sold every place for the entire year. In the week of writing he will do a Comedy Dinner, a 6th form Maths Masterclass and a National Rotary Conference, while writing a popular History of Mathematics for 2017.

David Hall

David Hall presents Inspirational and Interactive shows: as Sir Isaac Newton, Michael Faraday and Isambard Kingdom Brunel (all in association with Johnny Ball Productions). He also offers "Mathmagics!", as well as dynamic and unforgettable Shakespeare and Drama workshops and a one (or two) man show on The Great Fire of London..! He regularly tours across the UK and beyond and, when he's not doing that, David delivers Leadership Presence (and Storytelling) courses in major companies globally!

Peter Horton

The world view provided by Gaia science shows us how the planet really works and where we as a species fit in. The insights it gives us are fundamental in assessing the impact of human activity on the natural world, and particularly relevant for an understanding of the issues of sustainability and climate change. Gaia's Company explores the cultural implications of the Gaia world view in a practical and entertaining way, through performance, interactive workshops and educational events.

Bright Club (Manchester)

Bright Club Manchester is the comedy club where researchers, from all fields and backgrounds, take to the stage to perform short stand-up comedy routines about their work. Why? Because it’s fun, interesting, and genuinely useful. Comedy and research have a lot in common. Most of our performers have no experience of doing stand-up comedy, or haven’t even considered it before, but that does not matter. We provide training and support and a transformation occurs. http://brightclubmcr.org.uk/

Sarah Bearchell

Dr Sarah Bearchell is a Science Presenter working with children & family audiences. Her approach to working with children with special educational needs and disabilities was a major contributor to her winning The Joshua Phillips Award for Innovation in Science Engagement 2014. She believes that we should make science accessible to everyone and works with a wide range of audiences to achieve this. She also supports teaching staff to deliver engaging activities within the curriculum.

Peter Hoare

See www.ncl.ac.uk/chemistry/outreach for more details of what we can offer.

Christine Conheeney

Recently retired after 37 years teaching Physics . The last 32 years have been in a large (1800 pupil) 11 - 18 Comprehensive school (Ofsted ' Outstanding') I was subject leader of Physics for many years and STEM Co ordinator

Sandy Starr

Sandy Starr is Communications Officer at the Progress Educational Trust, www.progress.org.uk - a charity that advances public understanding of science, law and ethics in the fields of human genetics, assisted conception, embryology and stem cell research - and is Webmaster of the charity's flagship publication BioNews. He is a member of the Editorial Board of the charity Autistica, and he produces and speaks at debates at the Battle of Ideas festival organised annually by the Institute of Ideas.

Phil Bell-Young

Phil has always had a passion for science ever since he was a child. His enthusiasm and persistence’s to explore, discover and share science of the natural world earned him the nickname ‘Phil Oddie’ after a famous English Naturalist. He was a UK National FameLab finalist and has since pursued a career in Science Communication at the University Hull as a Science Outreach Officer. As well as event management, Phil is a performer of science shows, science busker and public speaker.

Mark Atkinson

Understanding Animal Research

We are a not-for-profit organisation that explains why animals are used in medical and scientific research. We have a network of scientists and animal technologists who speak in schools about why and how they use animals.

Judit Agui

I am in my third and final year of BSc Neuroscience at King's College London. I am very interested in Science Communication and intend to continue my formation through an MSc in Science Communication at Imperial next year. Even though Science is one of my biggest passions, I am also very interested in Visual Media, Arts and Journalism. I have over three years experience in Photography and film-making and have completed an on-line course in Modern Art and museums from the Museum of Modern Arts.

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