ThinkOutreach is based in Cambridgeshire. We aim to promote an interest in science, the humanities and art through new, lively and interesting methods. Projects include talks held in pubs with Skeptics in the Pub, because most people prefer to socialise with a beer in their hand rather than sitting in a lecture theatre, or outreach as comedy with Bright Club in Cambridge for those who enjoy a laugh.
We also hold an annual event called ThinkCon as an affordable way to see some of the most entertaining and interesting communicators in their subjects. Previous talks are available for download in the ThinkCast section of this website.
Andrew is a research scientist at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge. He is both a chemist and a molecular biologist. He focuses his research on the interface between chemistry and biology, trying to gain insight into the mechanisms that underlie life.
Despite his founding in science, he has a wider apprecation of the sciences alongside the humanities and arts. It was because of this appreaciation he founded ThinkOutreach as a platform to promote all fields and to give the public both the space and opportunity for free thought and the discovery of new ideas.
Will co-produces and hosts the The Science of Fiction live radio show alongside Andrew. He is responsible for maintaining the show archives and website. Beyond ThinkOutreach Will is an open source software developer by trade, an occasional musician by night, and a cynic by nature.
Gaetan Lee provides support in the training of acts and the management of Bright Club events. Originally a genetic researcher, he got distracted by promoting science to the public, having worked at the Science Museum in London and now with the Cambridge Science Centre.
Sarah produces, edits and records all of ThinkOutreach's podcasts. As a freelance science communicator, she has produced a wide range of material, from videos to written articles, for many organisations including 'The Naked Scientists' and the BBC. You can follow her ramblings on twitter @ScienceSponge.
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