Being a science presenter, Steve Mould knows how to work an audience. In this lively and informative talk, Steve tells us about his journey from university to becoming a science performer, to having an unexplained physical effect actually be named after him.
BBC Science Presenter: Steve Mould
Steve Mould is a Science Presenter with a reputation for providing expert knowledge and packaging complicated scientific ideas in an accessible way.
Steve was most recently seen on your screens as the Science Expert on BBC1’s brand new Saturday night game show, Britain’s Brightest, hosted by Clare Balding, which tested the nation’s knowledge and brain power. Formerly the Blue Peter resident Science expert, he makes regular appearances on The One Show, Alan Titchmarsh and Absolute Radio.
Steve has a Physics MA from Oxford University and works frequently with schools, giving talks and demonstrations on Physics, Maths, Chemistry and Psychology.
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