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Taryn Freeman - Speaker (free)

Further subjects: Palaeontology, Earth Sciences, Palaeobiology

Beth Nichol - Speaker (free)

I'd like to attend an event to discuss the OCTAHEDRON project with the public and hear about their thoughts and concerns in an interactive and engaging way. The project aims to develop an early diagnostic tool for neurological disorders such as Parkinson's. To do this, it is using NHS data from 3D eye scans and artificial intelligence to create an algorithm. More information about OCTAHEDRON can be found here: https://www.ncl.ac.uk/press/articles/latest/2020/09/aiforparkinsonsandalzheimers/

Jon Evans - Speaker (free)

A 30-minute talk called What's the Big Idea?, where I count down the top 10 biggest ideas in science in the style of Top of the Pops. Based on my book 'The Big Ideas in Science'.

Daisy Shearer - Volunteer

I am a PhD candidate in experimental condensed matter physics at the University of Surrey’s Advanced Technology Institute, working within the Photonics and Quantum Sciences group in the physics department. My PhD research focuses on semiconductor spintronics for quantum technology applications. Alongside my academic research, I frequently engage in other activities such as higher education teaching and science communication. I am a STEM Ambassador and a confident speaker.

Andrew Hanson MBE - Speaker (free)

Currently I'm mostly limited to online but have done some pretty engaging online workshops and talks with good interactions. Pet topics: colour measurement (because that's what I professionally did for many years); international system of units (SI) definitions and realisation; electronic music instruments (hobby); running fun measurement workshops (e.g. making pendulums); liquid nitrogen or water demo talks. As film-maker I'm happy to be involved in film related activities.

Rick Hall - Speaker (free)

Rick is happy to work with event planners to design an activity, workshop, engagement project, presentation, training event, debate, quiz, conference or meeting, one-off or series

Iain Murray - Speaker (free)

The work of Sir Barnes Wallis covers the key aviation developments of the 20th century from airships through novel aircraft structures to swing-wing supersonic aircraft, although he is best-remembered as the designer of the "bouncing bomb" used to attack dams during World War II. I am able to speak about any aspect of Wallis's career, or give a general overview of his whole career. I am a trustee of the Barnes Wallis Foundation.

Science Made Simple - Speaker (paid)

We offer exciting, engaging and entertaining science shows and workshops for all occasions and audiences. Available in person or on-line, and adapted to meet your needs. So, if you want our 45 minute show but only have 30 minutes available, we’ll tailor it to suit you.

Elaine Kasket - Speaker (paid)

As a keynote speaker and trainer, I provide insights on living with technology, digital legacy, social media, grief and mourning, online privacy, navigating modern mediated relationships, and various psychological issues such as anxiety, depression, getting unstuck, mobilising towards values-orientated living, stress, burnout, and crises of meaning, value and purpose. I've spoken on kids, grief, and social media and do psychology careers talks. I'm an experienced interviewer and panel chair.

London's Air Ambulance Charity - Speaker (free)

London's Air Ambulance Charity can offer a speaker to talk about the life saving service we provide for the people of London. We offer this at no charge but if you are able to make a donation to the charity that would be appreciated.

Steve Wharton - Speaker (paid)

I am a storyteller and qualified early years teacher. I developed my interest in science through photography and later by studying the northern lights. Now settled back in the Lake District, I have written a science story book aimed at 5 to 8 year olds. Sylwedyth is a local stone-age girl who questions her tribe's sayings. She becomes a scientist and creates Britain's first stone circle. The book has science explanations for KS1 and a bonus story about inventions set in the court of Louis XIV.

Chris Johns - Speaker (free)

I'm a recently retired professional geologist offering talks on most geological and earthscience topics. Since retiring I've become an active 'STEM Ambassador', giving talks to primary and secondary schools, and also giving public/community talks.

Colchester Zoo Education - Speaker (paid)

Colchester Zoo can offer a range of educational sessions, workshops, and presentations on a wide range of topics including real world applications of STEM (including maths and psychology), and careers in STEM with a focus on the world of animal care and conservation. We can deliver education for schools from R to Post 16 as well as family and adult events. Please see our website for full details shorturl.at/dnKX1 or contact us as education@colchesterzoo.org

Simon Ould - Speaker (paid)

Simon Ould, the founder and presenter of the Space Odyssey mobile planetarium, has been offering spectacular, carefully-differentiated 360-degree 3D immersive learning experiences in four different sizes of mobile dome since 2004. Although based in the South West of England and South Wales, Space Odyssey can travel further afield on request, offering amazing learning opportunities for learners of all ages, from Nursery to A-level - and beyond! Please visit www.spaceodyssey.co.uk for more info!

Dr Ken Farquhar - Speaker (paid)

Creative Science Shows and workshops for all audiences. School activities cater for all key stages and balance entertaining engagement with curriculum content. “Your workshops were an inspirational combination of theory and practice, mathematics and science." "We have used many of the scientific concepts illustrated in the show to support our Science lessons." For more info check out his website www.DrKenScience.com Or see him on YouTube - www.youtube.com/c/DrKenScience

Bhavani Esapathi - Speaker (paid)

As a creative practitioner working within healthcare, migration and invisible disabilities I am happy to speak on topics that touch on these issues alongside current events which invariably have an effect on our bodies and health. My work also looks at the climate and its effect on chronic diseases especially revisiting the global waste programme. Feel free to visit www.bhavaniesapathi.com to learn more about my work.

Zee Dinally - Adviser

Offering subsidised planetarium visits across the UK, with free gift boxes to all teachers booking in 2023 For more information on our award-winning curriculum linked space lessons, please contact me - Free lesson plans - Free worksheets - Free meteorite handling - Free gift box to teacher booking