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Prof Adam


Cambridge Zoology graduate Adam Hart is an award-winning scientist who was given the title of Science Communicator of the Year in 2010 by the Society of Biology. He lectures and researches in behaviour, ecology and evolution, as well as contemporary issues, statistics and experimental design and is a highly respected biologist with a special interest in “creepy crawlies”. Currently, he is Professor of Science Communication at the University of Gloucestershire.

He is a fantastic new science presenter, seen co-presenting the BBC4/Discovery USA documentary ‘Planet Ant: Life Inside the Colony’ and the BBC documentaries ‘Life on Planet Ant’ and ‘Hive Alive’, as well as the BBC Learning spin-off programme for children “Life on Planet Ant”.

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He has presented a number of documentaries for Radio 4 and the BBC World Service including The Tree Scientists on ash dieback disease and On The Trail of the American Honeybee, which saw him travel to California to witness the largest pollination event on Earth.

Adam is building up a great profile on radio regionally with his regular science Q+A slot called ‘Ask Adam’ on BBC Radio Gloucestershire. He was also a regular “bug man...

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