Speaking

Professor Brian Cox, Myself and Lord Drayson at Blue Skies Ahead? debate at Wellcome Collection

As an experienced and energetic speaker, I offer a series of thought provoking presentations encompassing many of the most exciting areas in modern astronomy and physics and what we can learn from them. I offer two sets of talks – one aimed at schools and the public, the other tailored to business audiences.


Schools and public

Businesses


Selection of Past and Future talks

22 February 2017 – Hampstead Garden Suburb Astronomical Society – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time

10th April 2017 – West of London Astronomical Society – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time

12 April 2017 – Cody Astronomical Society – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time

20 April 2017 – Crayford Manor House Astronomical Society – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time


16 February 2017 – Loughton Astronomical Society – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time

2 February 2017 – Tunbridge Skeptics in the Pub – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time

9 January 2017 – Ashley C of E School – Why Space Matters to Me

20 December 2016 – Our Lady of The Rosary School – Why Space Matters to Me

16 November 2016 – Giant Health Conference, London – Panellist – “Diversity in Innovation and Challenging the Status Quo”

3 November 2016 – Royal Institution of Great Britain – 13 Journeys Through Space and Time

24 June 2016 – The Graveney School – “Are we alone in the universe?”

25 May 2016 – The Moat School – “Are we alone in the universe?”

18 May 2016 – Radley College – “Are we alone in the universe?”

15 May 2016 – Bayliss Court School – “Are we alone in the universe?”

16 December 2015 – Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – “Is time travel possible and what can it teach us about innovation?”

4 December 2015 – Hobart school – “Are we alone in the universe?”

24 September 2015 – IT Innovation Day, The Netherlands – “Is time travel possible and what can it teach us about innovation?”