Jack, the UK’s Chief Youth Officer and CEO of The Youth Group, is optimistic about the careers landscape for young people.
John is an environmentalist, activist and professor of art who collaborates with scientists to bring science to the people.
Avo Guedekelian is a medical student, dancer, photographer and videographer. He reminds us of the value of both the sciences and the arts.
Shrouk, an LGBTQ+ refugee and belly dancer, has broken through glass ceilings to become recognised as one of the top six young women engineers in the UK
Meet Kreesha Saha! She is 16 years old and researching plastic-eating enzymes with Professor Clark Gedney at Purdue University.
Steve is a Stunt Scientist, Experience Engineer, Inventor, TV Producer, Science Presenter and Author and he’s on a mission to get students excited about STEM
Mark has worked with NASA, the BBC and Sky Movies, and as a professor of science communication at the University of Glamorgan in Wales.
César is a member of the Latin Kings gang. He shows us how gangs can be a force for good and teach us about solidarity, empathy and respect.
Born without a forearm, Bioengineering student built his own prosthetic arm using LEGO Bionicle parts.
Director and theatre maker, Tom Bailey, explains the importance of exploring questions through both science and art
Chris Kalogroulis tells us all about his passion for design engineering and his innovative award-winning designs.
Kehkashan Basu founded the Green Hope Foundation when she was only 12 years old. She is promoting our environmental research articles to Green Hope’s 120 future academies.
Jon Chase uses raps to talk about science to an audience of all ages – from reception to retirement. The majority of his material is aimed at Key Stage 2-5.
John Volanthen – one of the cave rescue divers who saved the young football team in the Tham Luang Cave in Thailand – is CEO of his computing consultancy […]
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