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Christina Fuentes Tibbitt - Volunteer

Jon Wood - Speaker (paid)

‘School of Water Wizardry’ We dance as water molecules, forming ice and explaining density; We prove teachers wrong by taking water sub-zero; We stretch, bend and split water. When we’re ready, we’ll blow it up! Everyone graduates. Typically one hour, demo-based show suitable for primary, KS 3 & 4, family or large audiences.

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.

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.

Martin Coath - Speaker (paid)

Featured at the The London Science Museum, The Cheltenham Science Festival, British Science Week, Forum Départemental des Sciences (Lille), and many schools 'The Brain Game' is a flexible set of fun activities that can be reconfigured for a wide range of participants. It gets people to pass messages around in a way that shows how brain cells work; it recruits the audience to play the part of axons; and it is a very exciting game! https://sites.google.com/site/mcoath/projects/the-brain-game

Christina Fuentes Tibbitt - Adviser

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

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.

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 £30/session + travel bonus where applicable Location:y NW9 9BW Start Date: ASAP- Email us your CV to careers@mnature.co.uk if interested

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 £30/session + travel bonus where applicable Location:y KT3 3ST Start Date: ASAP- Email us your CV to careers@mnature.co.uk if interested

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 £30/session + travel bonus where applicable Location:y KT3 3ST Start Date: ASAP- Email us your CV to careers@mnature.co.uk if interested

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 £30/session + travel bonus where applicable Location: NW9 9BW Start Date: ASAP- Email us your CV to careers@mnature.co.uk if interested

Braintastic! Science - Speaker (paid)

Our range of live shows, virtual events and interactive experiences are all designed by a real-life brain scientist. They help children challenge their understanding of the mind in meaningful ways through activities, illusions and experiments. We’re passionate about educating children and sharing our mind-bending science knowledge with schools, events and families. Let us help you too! We can currently provide shows remotely (via Zoom, or other video platform of your choice) or in person.

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/

Dr (Nitro)Jen Turner - Speaker (paid)

Primary School Science Shows & Workshops. Inspire your class and take the strain out of designing intricate lesson plans! Use our practical and exciting workshops for as a class reward or even for a week of science! We make learning fun for everyone! Bright Sparks Science Workshops are the perfect way to reinforce science topics taught in the curriculum, while also saving you the expense of buying new materials and resources. Visit https://www.brightsparksscience.co.uk/school-science-workshops/