Public & Media Engagement
One of Anna’s great passions is ensuring that the results of her research have real world applications and that these are communicated to the public. She is regularly called upon to take part in science festivals, podcasts, school events and other public engagement opportunities and audiences find her areas of research relatable, entertaining and engaging. She is particularly interested in events which engage with women and young people with the aim of encouraging these under-represented groups to be involved with the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths) subjects.
If you are interested in hearing Anna talk she regularly gives public talks in London, Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham and Manchester on a wide range of topics relating to the science of love and relationships. More details and the chance to book tickets can be found here. If you want to ask Anna to speak to a particular group or on a specific topic relating to her work then please contact her using the contact form below or in the above menu.
Facebook Live and Podcast, 16th May 2018
Women’s Health Magazine, May 2018
New Scientist, 24th March 2018
'The Science of Close Relationships'
BBC Radio Bristol, 14th February 2018
'Just Good Friends'
Diva, February 2018
New Scientist, 27th December 2017
The Guardian, 14th November 2017
Simon Mayo Drivetime, BBC Radio 2, 19th October 2017
The Pulse, National Public Radio, USA, 7th March 2017
@OxfordSparks, 16th March 2017
Broadly Vice, 9th March 2017
The Why Factor, BBC World Service, 24th June 2016
'Why do you really swipe right? 7 things you didn't know about digital dating'
marieclaire.co.uk, 27th April 2016
'Perinatal Mental Health in Men'
BBC Radio Scotland, 26th February 2016
Daily Telegraph, 24th February 2016
'The Life of Dad, Pint of Science 2018'
Oxford, 15th May 2018 (and see clip above)
'The Neuroscience of Love'
Talk given to Kings College, London’s Neuroscience Society, 6th February 2018
'The Science of Love or Love in the Time of Tinder'
Talk given to The Oxford University Experimental Psychology Club, Brasenose College, Oxford 18th October 2017
'What is Love?'
Panel and public debate at The Curiosity Carnival, University of Oxford, 29th September 2017
'Engagement with Mental Health Research'
Workshop hosted by the Wellcome Trust, Kings Lynn, Norfolk, 16th September 2017
Facebook Live Event with Oxford Sparks 15th August 2017 (see clip above)
'50 Words Grand Prize Giving Ceremony'
Science writing competition for 11-16 year olds. Weston Library, The Bodlein, Oxford, 4th July 2017
'The Biological Dad' and 'Dad & Baby: Building the Bond'
Drop in mini-talks, It’s a Dad Thing, The Engine Shed, Lincoln, 11th June 2017
Oxplore, 29th May 2017
'Love in the Time of Tinder Pint of Science Festival 2017'
Oxford, 15th May 2017