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Colin Stuart

“Colin provided a provocative and alternative perspective and responded masterfully to a series of challenges from both the moderator and the audience on how to stimulate new thinking”

Tina Woods, Organiser, GIANT Health Event

“Colin engaged the children from the offset with his mind blowing facts and fantastic visuals. He pitched the content perfectly and his workshop inspired us all to become space experts!’

Dan Cadman, Class teacher, Ashley School

“The kids were really engaged with your talk – they were talking about it all afternoon!“

Burnt Mill Academy

Highlights of my latest work

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Above: A video I created with TED-Ed about the scientific possibilities of time travel

Below: One of my key messages when I speak to businesses and conferences is that interdisciplinary collaboration is the key to innovation

I’m a space geek who talks to tens of thousands of people about astronomy every year, ranging from schools and the public to conferences and businesses. Also a science writer and author, I have written more than half a dozen books and over 100 popular science articles for publications including The Guardian, New Scientist, BBC Focus and the European Space Agency.

In 2014 I was awarded runner-up in the European Astronomy Journalism Prize and I am also a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society. I’ve talked about the wonders of the universe on Sky News, BBC News and Radio 5Live, shown Karen Gillan Saturn, helped James May navigate by the stars and taught Alan Davies the order of the planets.

My other adventures have seen me climb the biggest radio telescope in the UK, stargaze from the Sahara desert and abseil my old school’s science block for charity.

Clients

All About Space

Astronomy Now

BBC Focus

CNN

Cosmos

European Space Agency (ESA)

Foundational Questions Institute (FQXi)

The Institute of Mathematics and its Applications (IMA)

The Institute of Physics

The Guardian

Nature

New Scientist

The Royal Observatory Greenwich

The Observer

Sky at Night

Times Higher Education

The Wellcome Trust

WIRED