• Anturus

    Anturus Education, from the UK, bring the science of the outdoors into the classroom. With interactive science shows and workshops, hands-on resources and Skype calls from the field, Anturus show the wonder of the natural world through engaging and thought-provoking experiences for all. The Anturus team are experienced in the outdoors, science and film. Together, they make educational films and content that can be used in the classroom or just for science enthusiasts.
  • Eddie Goldstein

    Eddie is recognized as one of the most talented and entertaining science presenters in the world, combining a background as a professional magician, dinner theatre performer, corporate speaker and museum science educator. From writing and performing science shows at the world-famous Smithsonian Institution, Eddie Goldstein went on to launch the highly acclaimed Science Performing Program at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, where he was a senior educator for 23 years. Eddie has performed his Magical Math and Science Show around the globe, including in India, Australia, Singapore, Trinidad, Malaysia, Hong Kong, and extensively in the United States. He also leads science-performance workshops at museums worldwide, and science-communication workshops for scientists, sharing the skills and tools he has developed over many years to help other professional educators and scientists spread the joy of science.
  • Science Circus with Rhys Thomas

    While paying off his college loans as a street performer in rainy Northwestern America, Rhys Thomas created Science Circus to get an indoor gig at Seattle’s Pacific Science Center. This led to a career performing in museums and schools in eight countries. He’s particularly proud of juggling in a 4,000-year-old Egyptian tomb alongside paintings of ancient jugglers, serving as Artist in Residence at The Smithsonian Institution, and teaching ball spinning to the Nobel laureate who discovered the background radiation of the Big Bang.
  • The Science Museum Group

    The Science Museum Group is based in the UK and includes the Science Museum in London, the Science and Media Museum in Bradford, the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester, the Railway Museum in York, and Locomotion near Durham. With over 5 million visitors to their museums each year, including half a million in education groups, the Science Museum Group has a wealth of experience in engaging diverse audiences and igniting their curiosity in science. Through iconic objects, interactive exhibits, and a hands-on approach to learning, educators from the Group inspire audiences to appreciate the creativity and wonder of science. Drawing on this experience, the Science Museum Group Academy offers inspirational, research-informed, training and resources for teachers, museum and STEM professionals, and shares techniques and approaches aimed at increasing engagement with science, technology, engineering and maths.