After the recent tragic events in Seoul, I was asked for comment by a number of media outlets (perhaps due to our early work on crush, plus Twitter engagement). I wrote an article for The Conversation, was quoted in The Washington Post (here, here, here), WIRED, The Telegraph, and made a number of recorded appearances on TV/radio/online shows.
Suddeutsche Zeitung article featuring our work on a Turing Test for crowds (27/7/20) (German language, but Chrome can auto-translate).
Sunday Times Magazine feature article profiling our work on unconventional computing (29/3/15). PDF version.
Guardian features Beta-Life in the "best science fiction in January round-up" (16/1/15).
Times Higher Education campus round-up (12/1/12), highlighting our work on crush prediction.
Guardian article profiling BACTOCOM.
BBC news and Manchester Evening News articles on BACTOCOM.
Bede Academy, Blyth.
Haslingden High School.
Hawkley Hall High School.
Chorlton High School.
Computer Science in Action, Imperial College, London.
Professorial lecture, Manchester Metropolitan.
The Crowd Myth.
Priestley College, Warrington.
Rainhill High School.
Science @ The Sally.
Discussion about "science into fiction".
Bradford Literature Festival.
Beta-Life, with Claire Dean.
Nelson and Colne College.
Fleetwood High School.
Manchester Science Festival, Beta-Life launch.
Video footage of this event.
Lancaster Lit Fest, Beta-Life launch.
For school/college events, please see my Speakers for Schools page.
For any other events, please contact me directly.
I was the scientific consultant for Danger Decoded, a TV series shown in over 170 countries on the National Geographic Channel (MMU press release).
I was interviewed on BBC North West Tonight, talking about the "dark web" (9/4/15):
We (co-author Sarah Schofield and I) appeared on BBC Radio 4 Open Book with Mariella Frostrup, talking about Beta Life (27/11/14):