Our highlight of the day: an unorthodox, but very entertaining way of explaining chemistry!Zahra Abbas and Sarina Sanghera, Northwood College for Girls
Kit has spoken to thousands around the world as a science communicator and is able to adapt his talks for all audiences, from students to the general public at science festivals to delivering the 223rd birthday lecture for the Royal Institution. Whether you want a delightfully geeky speaker on poisons in your garden or someone to get your classroom throwing marshmallows to explain particle acceleration, Kit is here to help.
An absolutely amazing talk … an incredible speaker, I could have listened for hoursMartha Jennings (@chem_maj), University College London
Kit has also appeared on TV, radio and podcasts around the world to talk about science. He has been a guest on the BBC, Sky and local radio stations. Kit can also write for and present across all media.
The best talk I’ve heard in years.Justin Brower (@NaturesPoisons), North Carolina State University
To book Kit for an interview or event please get in touch.
Recent interviews and podcasts
We Didn’t Start the Fire, Crowd Network Podcasts
Weird Animal Weapons of WW2, WW2TV
The Naked Scientists: The Formula One Halo, BBC Radio 5 Live
The Sex Cultist Founder of NASA, History Hack
223rd Birthday Lecture, Royal Institution
Constant Wonder, BYUradio
Materials: Fact or Fiction, Radio New Zealand
Nightlife: featuring the periodic table, ABC Radio Sydney
Top of Mind with Julie Rose, BYUradio
Good Morning Monterey Bay, KSCO
Talk Nerdy To Me with Cara Santa Maria
Paul Ross, TalkRadio
Futureproof with Jonathan McCrea, Newstalk radio
Cheltenham Science Festival highlights, BBC Radio Gloucestershire
The Naked Scientists: Do candles clear nasty smells?, BBC Radio 5 Live
Dr Karl’s Shirtloads of Science, University of Sydney, Australia
Photo on right courtesy of Steve Cross