Bring an explorer to your classroom or event. Show your students their future.

The Wrinkled Brain Project’s co-founder and Director of Science, Brendan Mullan, is a Ph.D. astrophysicist/astrobiologist, a renowned science communicator, and an explorer with National Geographic. He’s traveled around the world, bringing science and science thinking skills to classrooms and public events everywhere. And he can come to yours, too!

 

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From assemblies for students of all ages, to special museum programs, to early career seminars, to public events and talks, Dr. Mullan can help you make science fun, accessible, and exciting for your audience. Here are a few recent talks he’s given:

  • From Academia to Nonprofits: Life Lessons through Stock Photos
    • for graduates and early career professionals
  • Everything in the Universe is Terrible. But Here’s Why That’s Awesome
    • for the general public
  • Change and the Cosmos
    • for K-12 science teachers
  • The Horsemen of the Mathpocalypse
    • for the general public
  • Think Like a Scientist: A Survivor’s Guide to the 21st Century
    • for school groups and classrooms (grades 5-12)
  • Science is Awesome and So Can You
    • for high school students (grades 9-12)
  • The Stupendous Story of Stars!
    • for elementary school students (grades 3-5)
    • for middle-high school students (grades 6-9)
  • Science Communication for the 21st Century
    • for prospective science writers, communicators, and teachers
  • Interstellar Archaeology: Finding Our Future
    • for the general public

Any other topics can be prepared on request! Dr. Mullan can work with your group in-person or online. Contract rates are negotiable based on need and services requested.


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