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Nick Sayers - Speaker (paid)

I make art inspired by science, often using everyday materials: drawing machines from bicycles, long-exposure pinhole cameras from aluminium cans, spherical sculptures from recycled waste, a guided tour of the Solar System by bike. I run workshops with these activities, and give public talks about my work.

Mario Di Maggio - Speaker (paid)

Immersive Theatres is a mobile digital planetarium service for all ages specialising in astronomy, cross-curricular learning, headset-free VR, new media art, entertainment and exploration of the 360˚ digital medium. We offer the largest catalogue of 360° films in the world, shared (headset-free) VR experiences and presenter-led astronomy shows by engaging and experienced science communicator Mario Di Maggio (BSc, PGCE), who has 25 years experience in non-formal science education.

Matthew Donnelly - Speaker (free)

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Niamh Shaw - Speaker (free)

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Professor Paul D. Williams - Speaker (paid)

Can speak authoritatively and accessibly on all aspects of climate science. Previous speaking experience includes large science festivals including New Scientist Live. Reimbursement of travel expenses requested.

Peter Naish - Speaker (free)

I am probably best known for giving talks on the mechanisms and applications of hypnosis. However, I have also given presentations dealing with how the brain processes information from the senses, on the impact of trauma and the mysterious nature of consciousness. All my talks involve demonstrations and audience participation. I have spoken at all the main science festivals (e.g. Edinburgh, Cardiff, British Science Festival) in many cases on numerous occasions.

Peter Naish - Speaker (paid)

I am probably best known for giving talks on the mechanisms and applications of hypnosis. However, I have also given presentations dealing with how the brain processes information from the senses, on the impact of trauma and the mysterious nature of consciousness. All my talks involve demonstrations and audience participation. I have spoken at all the main science festivals (e.g. Edinburgh, Cardiff, British Science Festival) in many cases on numerous occasions.

Richard Stephens - Speaker (paid)

For Valentines Day, Richard gives an entertaining 30 minute talk WITH MUSIC on "The psychology of romantic love in 7 number 1 hit singles"