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The university of bristol

Coaching delegates at Bristol Univerisity using Pecha Kucha training. 


Coaching the ICT pioneers for Engineering and Physical sciences research council (EPSRC). 

british academy

Delivered a communication skills workshop for the British Academy's Newton Fellows.

Leibniz institute

Speaker at Leibnitz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife researchers' Symposium in Berlin.

british council

 Speaking about Religion and Science - Mapping the Conflict Zone at Sofia Science Festival


pause for thought

Coaching finalists in Radio 2’s‘talent hunt’ for ‘Pause For Thought’ contributors.                                      

gulbenkian foundation

 Coached a group of academics at the Gulkbenkian Foundation in Lisbon in science communication.

inspiring australia

Malcolm was the guest speaker at ‘Inspiring Australia’ in Sydney.


Malcolm gave the keynote address at the first South Eastern European Science promotion Conference (SCIPROM) in Belgrade (sponsored by UNESCO). 


Ran 2 day master class workshops for NASA astrobiologists.

tyndall national institute

Science Communication Workshop in Cork, Ireland


 Created a series of films to celebrate the anniversary of the Federation of European Neurosciences.                                                                         


Malcolm delivers a regular programme of training in Geneva for the physicists and engineers who guide 90,000 visitors per year at the world’s largest experimental facility.  

scientifically speaking

Malcolm delivered a programme of training run in several cities across Ireland, enabling researchers to communicate their research (and other topics that matter) with impact.  Scientifically Speaking (PROBE) is a collaboration between Trinity College Dublin and Science Gallery Dublin in partnership with British Council, FameLab Ireland, NUI Galway, University College Cork, University of Limerick, Ulster University and Cork Discovers.                                                        

nki - the netherlands cancer institute

 Public communication skills workshops for PhD students 

fens virtual forum

One of the largest conferences in the world to be held online - For Solid Gold Hat Ltd Malcolm produced half hour video podcasts of each day’s events and delivered talks and public engagement training events. 


Coaching the associations' presidents to give their speeches.

british council

European Researchers Night training (with British Council) in Split, Osijek, Rijeka and Zagreb.

exeter university

Faculty media training for academics,

the irish journal

An article written by Malcolm Love for the Irish Jounal.

other work has involved

  • Coaching the president of a large trade organisation for public speeches.
  • Coaching of a London Mayoral candidate.
  •  Coaching delegates at the Max Debruck Institute, Berlin. 
  • Coaching a CEO to present to a government select committee.
  • Coaching a CEO to strengthen communication in his skill set as a leader.
  • Coaching an MEP to strengthen his performance in broadcast interviews.
  • Coaching a communications officer to produce better podcasts.
  • Coaching a political media strategist.

  • Delivering a workshop for a local council in communication skills.
  • Running a communications workshop for a group of oceanographers in the Azores.

  • Helping a group of engineers to create and deliver a show about engineering for the general public.
  • Conducting media interviews and chairing events  at the First London ‘Science Slam’ in Camden, London.  
  • Scientifically Speaking Ireland 2020 - Malcolm delivered a programme of training run in 6 cities across the Island of Ireland, enabling researchers to communicate their research (and other topics that matter) with impact, Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Dundalk, Limerick and Waterford. Due to the Covid 19 pandemic the workshops were delivered virtually.

  • Countercurrents - Malcolm was interviewed for Countercurrents - A podcast for people who like the unexpected, by surgeon and academic Professor Roger Kneebone.  Conversations "with unorthodox people whose careers defy traditional boundaries and who swim against the tide. Listen to the interview here.
  • Video Interview with Malcolm Love, specialist in science communication and public engagement and chief trainer for Fame Lab and Fame Lab International by Agencia FAPESP, Sau Paulo. Watch and listen here.
  • The Irish Journal - This Pandemic has taught us that science matters. In a sea of misinformation communication is crucial. Read here.

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