Interview 29. – Duncan Yellowlees

Specialist in presentation skills and people to people communication. He's worked in science communication, engineering, history and theatre and increasingly finds the world a wonderful place. As down time from training presenters he hand makes kitchen knives and drinks beer with friends.

Interview 25. – Dr Jess Wade

Post doctoral researcher in the Department of Physics and Centre for Plastic Electronics at Imperial College London. She set up Women in Physics at Imperial and sit nationally on the  WISE young women’s board. Prolific contributor to Wikipedia.

Interview 21. – Dr Sarah Bearchell

A freelance children's science writer and presenter. She does science shows as Sarah's Adventures in Science, writes for Aquila Children's Magazine, develops activities for the Curiosity Box (a subscription science kit service) and writes in her own name. She mostly works with primary aged children, children with special needs and their families and carers. 

Hana Ayoob – science illustrator (#16)

Creative producer of science events, science communicator and illustrator. She’s particularly interested in the intersection between art and science, and is passionate about bringing people together to explore the world around them.  A co-founder of Minorities in STEM, a UK network to support and showcase BAME individuals working and studying in STEM fields. Her illustration style brings together traditional Indian mandalas and other patterns, with a love of anatomy and the weirder animals we share our planet with.

Neil Monteiro – science presenter (#6)

Neil is a science presenter on both stage and screen.  He uses demonstrations in his live performances to create, or sometimes re-create moments of mystery. He performs at a variety of events, including festivals, theatres and corporate functions.

Dr Marty Jopson – TV science presenter (#4)

Dr. Marty Jopson is an accomplished scientist. Although he has a PhD in plant cell biology and a Natural Sciences (Botany) degree from Cambridge university, he is comfortable explaining the whole gamut of scientific subjects. He has been involved in making science television programmes for over twenty years. In that time he has worked extensively behind the camera but also in front as the long standing (8 years +) science presenter on the BBC1 flagship programme, The One Show. When not on television, Marty performs his distinct brand of much acclaimed, hair-raising and flammable science on stage at science festivals around the country. He is the author of two popular books on “The Science of Everyday Life” and “The Science of Food”.

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