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If you would like me to speak at your event or book me for television or radio, please contact my agent Vicki McIvor at Take Three Management (Email:, Telephone: 020 7209 3777)

I have spoken at Google in San Francisco, the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Miami Book Fair, New Scientist Live, and at dozens of literary festivals, science events, conferences and schools across Europe, the US and Asia. 

I also commentate on issues surrounding science, politics, feminism and religion. I've appeared as a guest on Radio 4's Today, Broadcasting HouseStart the WeekA Good Read, and Front RowI have also given training and lectures at Imperial College London, City University, The Royal Literary Fund and Guardian Masterclasses.

Where To Find Me Next

25th-28th May 2018
How the Light Gets In Festival, Hay-on-Wye: A philosophy and music festival in Wales. Tickets are now available to book online.

4th April 2018
NYU Journalism School: In conversation with the eminent gender scholar Anne Fausto-Sterling at the journalism school in New York, starting at 6pm. Moderated by Robert Lee Hotz, science writer at the Wall Street Journal.

4th April 2018
Stevens Institute of Technology, New Jersey: A book talk for students and staff, starting at 4pm.

25th March 2018
Aye Write! Glasgows's Book Festival: Speaking at 3pm in the Mitchell Library on the themes in Inferior. Tickets and more information are available here.

11th March 2018
Women of the World Festival: A panel debate discussing the themes in Inferior, at the Southbank in London, with neuroscientist Gina Rippon. Starting at 3pm. Tickets are available to buy now.

7th March 2018
Rosalind Franklin Lecture 2018: A talk hosted by Humanists UK to mark International Women's Day, exploring the role of women in science, secularism and humanism, and chaired by broadcaster Samira Ahmed. Tickets are £12.50, with concessions available. Book online.

5th March 2018
Manchester University: A talk on the themes in Inferior,to mark International Women's Day, starting at 10am. This is a free event in collaboration with the University of Salford and Manchester Metropolitan University, but places must be booked in advance online.

2nd March 2018
London Science Museum: A debate on science in India and the British Empire, to coincide with a new exhibition, Illuminating India. Featuring historians David Arnold and Pratik Chakrabarti. Starting at 7pm in the Hans Rausing Lecture Theatre on Level 0. Tickets are free but space is limited, so book online.

16th February 2018
Northern Ireland Science Festival: A talk about the themes in Inferior, at 1pm at the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. Details and booking information will be available on the website closer to the time.

13th February 2018
UCL Centre for Engineering Education: As part of a regular 'in conversation' series, I'll be discussing the themes in my new book Inferior, from 7pm. To register your free place, sign up online.

7th February 2018
EquationX debate: An evening book talk and panel discussion on how to solve science's problem with women, featuring broadcaster Adam Rutherford and engineer Roma Agarwal. Starting at 6.30pm at the Wellcome Collection in London. Tickets are £10, including a drink, and available online now.

24th-29th January 2018
Jaipur Literature Festival: One of the most spectacular literary festivals in the world, held in the Diggi Palace in Jaipur, India. The festival is free to attend, and you can register online.
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