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Inspirations (Media Cast Category)

Professor Tony Belpaeme

Professor Tony Belpaeme is our STEM testimonial speaker this month and he will tell us why he became a scientist.

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Jeremy Curtis

Jeremy Curtis is the Head of Education and Skills at the UK Space Agency

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Dr Mairi Knight

Dr Mairi Knight is currently the head of the school of biological sciences at Plymouth University.

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Professor Deborah Greaves

Professor Deborah Greaves is a Plymouth University professor in ocean engineering and the director of the Coast Laboratory, the university’s unique marine research facility.

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Libby Jackson

Libby Jackson, Astronaut Flight Education Programme Leader at the UK Space Agency talks to the Science Museum about her first space memory and her aspirations for visiting Mars.

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A Day in the Life of Paul Eccleston

Paul Eccleston, a Space Instrumentation Systems Engineer at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory Space works at the cutting edge of space science.

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Inspirations: Dr Helen Sharman

Cosmonaut (and the first Briton in space) Dr Helen Sharman talks to Science Museum about her first space memory, the historic 1975 Apollo-Soyuz mission.

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Inspirations: Stephen Fry

Stephen Fry talks to Science Museum about his first memory of space, watching Apollo 8 on TV as the first humans orbited the Moon..

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Inspirations: Tim Peake

Tim Peake talks to Science Museum about his early memories of looking up at the stars, just weeks before he launches to the International Space Station.

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A Day in the Life of Dr Sheila Kanani

A Day in the Life of Dr Sheila Kanani — Planetary Scientists, Mullard Space Science Laboratory

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A day in the life of Stefanie Kohl

Stefanie Kohl is a space systems engineer designing satellites for Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd. This video shows just some of the tasks she gets through in a day.

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Professor Camille Parmesan

In this film, Professor Camille Parmesan tells us why her career in science means her job is “the most fun thing she could possibly be doing for a living”

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