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Dr Russell Arnott - Speaker (paid)

Stefan Gates - Speaker (paid)

Current shows include FARTOLOGY: A hilarious journey through the human body packed with physics, chemistry and biology, huge whoopee cushions and the world's loudest fart machine GASTRONAUT EXTREME/SCIENCE YOU CAN EAT: A spectacular show about the science of food, full of edible chemical reactions and vortex canons DOGOLOGY/CATOLOGY Fascinating quirks of canine and feline science with a tame robot SCIENCE OF SWEETS: A demo-packed adventure into the science of sweets, snacks, and gum

Stephen Plater - Speaker (paid)

Dinosaurs are a fascination and an inspiration for children. Our hands-on, interactive workshops feature genuine and replica fossils from our museum in Hull. The artefacts include teeth, claws, even a genuine dinosaur egg! Highlight of the presentation is a full size replica Allosaur skull (sharp, scary teeth!) Children are told the exciting stories of the fossils then have the chance to touch and handle the artefacts.

Zsuzsanna Nagy - Speaker (free)

I am happy to talk to adult lay audiences, including young adults and students, about medical science. I am mainly interested neuroscience.

Matthew Tosh - Adviser

Health and Safety advice for science festivals, high-profile stage shows and demonstrations, including reviewing risk assessments. I’ve won repeated commissions for my proactive approach at bridging the gap between what a performer wants to do and legal H&S obligations. My risk assessments and H&S processes are trusted as being thorough by both my firework and science communication colleagues. Previous clients include Cheltenham Festivals and Greg Foot.

Matthew Tosh - Speaker (paid)

THE FX FACTOR: Flames, smoke and pyro are used on TV, in films and on stage to add explosive atmosphere, but how do scientists go about making these effects? Join Matthew Tosh to find out and explore the amazing world of live special effects. Learn how to make a controlled column of fire or ankle hugging fogs without choking the audience and much more. Packed with demos, freezing jets, bubbling flasks, smoke and one or two explosions, this is the very serious science behind stage effects.

Martin Coath - Speaker (paid)

Developed for hands-on activities in small groups 'Supermarket Scientist' shows that almost anything that can be bought in a supermarket can be used to do science. Everything is 100% repeatable with everyday items (and a bit of adult supervision), no cheating by bringing along liquid nitrogen, or any such exotic stuff! https://sites.google.com/site/mcoath/projects/the-supermarket-scientist

Christina Fuentes Tibbitt - Adviser

Happy to help give free advise for running community science events.

Mother Nature Science Workshop - Speaker (paid)

Science Workshops by Mother Nature Science Congratulations BUSY Teachers! πŸ‘©β€πŸ« Your search to find the best In-School Science Workshops is at an end 🌌 MN Science is the undisputed ultimate Science Week Workshop planner! πŸ‘©β€πŸš€ We’re also a longtime Official Affiliate Member of the British Science Association πŸ’Œ | Find Out More at: www.mnature.co.uk | Or Call 02088638832

Rebecca Osborne - Speaker (paid)

*ONLINE EVENT ARTIST* Event artist (live scribe) available to attend online events. Services include live scribing of key note speakers, live whole event scribing, live discussion and feedback scribing, CPD training, interactive walls, bespoke original info graphic designs, illustrations and animations. Please contact me for a quote

David Stevenson - Speaker (free)

I am an experienced speaker, teacher and academic. I've developed my own niche in the astrobiology community, bringing together geography; evolutionary biology and planetary science. So, if you are interested in finding out where the aliens are; why some habitable planets will likely never host intelligent life; or would just like to find out about the origin and evolution of life on Earth or elsewhere, I would be very willing to deliver a talk.

Colin Stuart - Speaker (paid)

Today's schoolchildren are tomorrow's Martian explorers. The first person to walk on Mars is probably already alive & under 18 years old. Are they at your school? In this awe-inspiring talk, packed full of stunning visuals & the latest scientific thinking, astronomy author Colin Stuart takes you on a journey there. Based on his latest books, including The Astronaut Selection Test Book with Tim Peake, you'll hear just what it'll take to achieve the most audacious feat of exploration ever tried.

Colin Stuart - Speaker (paid)

Want a new way to consolidate the KS2 space curriculum? Why Space Matters to Me looks at all the ways space affects the lives of schoolchildren without them even realising. The talk is packed full of the latest stunning images & videos of the universe and makes the solar system personal. Previous feedback: β€œColin engaged the children from the offset with his mind blowing facts & fantastic visuals. He pitched the content perfectly and his workshop inspired us all to become space experts!"

Emma Osborne - Speaker (paid)

Emma Osborne is an astrophysicist and multi-award winning science communicator, who loves to communicate complex physics topics in a way which makes them accessible to everyone. Emma has worked with the London Science Museum, The Royal Society and the BBC, as well as regularly creating content for her popular YouTube channel 'The Extraordinary Universe', Instagram and Twitter.

Vidura (VSTEAM Education) - Speaker (paid)

An engineer with experience at Rolls-Royce and a professional street-dancer offering speaking and unique STEAM workshop services. He currently runs VSTEAM Education (nationwide STEM engagement service to schools). VSTEAM Educational Engagements: https://www.vstemschool.com/

Mother Nature Science Workshop - Speaker (paid)

MNScience is looking for professional and inspirational Science Presenters and Party Presenters to join their team in London! Title: Science Presenter/ Party Presenter Job Type: Permanent - Part-Time Hours: Monday to Friday 15:30 to 16:30 for After School Clubs or between 10:00 and 17:30 on Saturdays and Sundays for Parties. Salary: Up to Β£30/session + travel bonus where applicable Location:y NW9 9BW Start Date: ASAP- Email us your CV to careers@mnature.co.uk if interested