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Presenting in different environments

Video interview with Sheila Kanani about presenting in different environments.

Dr Sheila Kanani

Sheila is a planetary physicist, science presenter, secondary school physics teacher and space comedian, with a background in astrophysics and astronomy research from UK universities. She regularly acts as a science ambassador, by visiting schools and speaking at events. Sheila is currently the Education, Outreach and Diversity officer for the Royal Astronomical Society in London and her 5th book has just been published.

In this interview Sheila talks about her experience presenting within an academic environment as well as within the world of science communication. She discusses the challenges and differences as well as giving her past self advice based on what she has learned.

What do you see as the challenges presenting within a formal environment? How would you change your approach?

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