I am a scientist, science communicator, programmer and musician. I have been creating opportunities to get out of the lab and the classroom to develop collaborative projects with people from a wide cross section of different disciplines for more than 25 years. The aim is to get everyone involved in the wider debate about science, art, and what it means to be a citizen of a technologically advanced, and creative human community.
I have a track record of working with a wide range of interest groups, in the media, in museums and schools and have developed interactive exercises, workshops and presentations that concentrate on the importance of engaging everybody, particularly young people, with science and engineering.
- I have more than 25 years experience in research, software development, teaching and a wide range of public engagement and educational activities. I have worked in the national print and broadcast media, at science festivals, in schools, in the academic community, and in public.
- Follow this link to read what people think of my public engagement and educational work.
- You can see a list of my academic papers by clicking here. The main biographical stuff is on my LinkedIn page.
- I also have a Blog which is the repository for things I just think I need to say. Find the Blog here.
The videos made as part of Brainsex can be found here:
The self laments the fact that nobody can find it in the brain using a scanner
What would in mean, and what would be said?
Keywords: Martin Coath Public Engagement Science Technology Engineering Mathematics Auditory Modelling MATLAB SCANDLE EmCAP COLAMN ALAVLSI LaTeX Ultimate Frisbee Orchestra Famelab NESTA Cheltenham Festival Edinburgh CARDIFF Schools Devon Cornwall Somerset Barefoot S4S STEM