Work in recent months:
- Delegates at Bristol Univerisity using Pecha Kucha training.
- The president of a large trade organisation for public speeches.
- A London Mayoral candidate.
- The ICT pioneers for Engineering and Physical sciences research council (EPSRC).
- A local council in communication skills.
- Delivered a communication skills workshop for the British Academy's Newton Fellows.
- Speaker at Leibnitz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife researchers' Symposium in Berlin.
- Speaker at the Champalimaud Foundation's Neuroscience researchers' retreat near Lisbon, Portugal.
- Delivered the first Famelab master class for early career researchers in Kazakhstan.
- Speaker at the European Space Agency DPAC conference in Leiden, Netherlands and delivered workshops in public communication skills.
- Delivered science communication workshop for the 1st Mediterranean Science Festival in Limassol, Cyprus.
- Continues to present an (almost) weekly 1 hour science show 'Love and Science' on BCfm radio in Bristol.
A selection of work from 2014:
- Delegates at the Max Debruck Institute, Berlin.
- Finalists in Radio 2’s‘talent hunt’ for ‘Pause For Thought’ contributors.
- A CEO to present to a government select committee.
- A group of academics at the Gulkbenkian Foundation in Lisbon in science communication.
- A CEO to strengthen communication in his skill set as a leader.
- The new President of a trade association to deliver his presidential speech.
- An MEP to strengthen his performance in broadcast interviews.
- A communications officer to produce better podcasts.
- Malcolm was the guest speaker at ‘Inspiring Australia’ in Sydney (May 2014).
- Malcolm gave the keynote address at the first South Eastern European Science promotion Conference (SCIPROM) in Belgrade (sponsored by UNESCO).
- He also ran a 2 day workshop for NASA astrobiologists.
- Malcolm also coached a political media strategist, prepared some young scientist competitors for a public speaking competition and helped a group of engineers to create and deliver a show about engineering for the general public; and ran a communications workshop for a group of oceanographers in the Azores.
- Malcolm conducts media interviews and chairs events and recently was the MC at the First London ‘Science Slam’ in Camden, London.