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Events

Events

I have spoken at Google in San Francisco, the Edinburgh International Books Festival and at dozens of literary festivals, science events, conferences and schools across Europe, the US and Asia. 

I also commentate on issues surrounding science, politics, feminism and religion. I've appeared as a guest on Radio 4's Start the Week, A Good Read, Today, and I write comment and features for New Humanist and the Guardian.

For those who want to better understand how the media works, I have given training and lectures at Imperial College London, City University, The Royal Literary Fund and Guardian Masterclasses.

Where To Find Me Next

1st February 2017
The Barbara Hepworth Lectures: A talk for sixth form students at Wakefield Girls' High School in Yorkshire as part of their annual lecture series. The topic will be what science tells us about women.

16th November 2016
Royal Academy of Engineering: Chairing an event with the MacRobert Award winners, starting at 6pm. Details are available on the academy's website.

18th September 2016
FutureFest: Compering the debate stage on the second day in a weekend of talks and experiences, organised by Nesta, in Tobacco Dock in east London. Tickets are available on the FutureFest website, with discounts for students.

3rd July 2016
National Institute of Ideas' Debating Matters: Judging the national finals of the debating competition for schools, on the topic of artificial intelligence. At the Museum of London, starting 12pm.

26th May 2016
How The Light Gets In Festival: Debate on science, religion and philosophy at the annual festival at Hay-on-Wye in Wales. Early-bird tickets and more details are available on the festival website.

18th May 2016
The Royal Institution: Chairing a talk on epigenetic inheritance with Cambridge geneticist, Professor Anne Ferguson-Smith. The event starts at 7pm and tickets are available through the Royal Institution

8th March 2016
International Women's Day: An all-day event at the Manchester Museum and organised by the Life Sciences Department of the University of Manchester, to discuss women in science.
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