science made simple is an award-winning UK science communication company that offers a wide range of training. Whether you want to develop an engaging stand for a public exhibition, give a TED-style presentation or make a viral video about your latest discovery – we can help. To find out how, please talk to our lovely training manager, Rachel Mason, on You can also register your interest here and we’ll get in touch with you to find out more about what you need.

We can customise our material to suit you, so if you have your own ideas just ask and we can tell you more about what we have that might help.

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Science communication training

Courses on presenting science and project development

Science busking training

Training for taking science into the public

Creativity training

How to use a range of tools to think differently about your research and your engagement

Public Engagement training

Thinking about your impact with research and facilitating dialogue with the public.



What researchers say:

“The most useful aspect of the course was how interactive it was – especially the ‘what to say’ and ‘how to say it’ parts. These parts really helped me to think about how to deliver difficult science topics at the right level for people to understand without losing the actual science”

PhD student, STFC Centre for Doctoral Training


Additional services for schools

If you are a school and would like something a bit different for your speech day or prize-giving event, or would like to celebrate a science achievement in your school then we can help! We give engaging talks about why science in public is important, and give your audience practical challenges to think about. Alternatively, we provide careers talks to older students, discussing the exciting new field of science communication; an interesting career which mixes scientific knowledge with creativity. Why not combine this with one our science shows in your school?

“…I’ve never seen a speech day audience having quite such a good time and actually speaking to each other. A hard act to follow! Thanks very much.”

Head Teacher