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Christina Fuentes Tibbitt - Volunteer

David Hall - Speaker (paid)

Amazing interactive shows, STEM "busking", dynamic workshops - and more..! Available for schools, festivals and beyond - internationally..! For details visit www.davidhallworkshopsandshows.co.uk www.davidhallcoaching.com https://vimeo.com/davidhallworkshopsnshows or email davidshall@mac.com

Peter Horton - Speaker (paid)

Particular focus on how Earth System Science can inform, encourage and sustain the transition to regenerative communities, using interactive and entertaining workshops and performance. All ages.

Laurence Scales - Speaker (paid)

I give lectures (6th form to adult) on this history of science, technology and medicine in London. I also give tours for small groups in London on a variety of historical characters from within these subjects. Their strange adventures and curious personalities make their stories surprising and entertaining. You don't need to be a scientist to enjoy them. The last two years I have been researching the history of engineering in Europe, aspects of which I can cover in lectures.

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.

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

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.

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