I regularly give popular science talks, and I am a TED Fellow. I have spoken at events including TED2018, Talks@Google, TEDx Liverpool, British Science Festival, Harrogate International Festival, Green Man Festival, Soho House and Off Grid. In 2016, I was selected to give the British Science Association Rosalind Franklin Award Lecture and my Royal Institution talk has been viewed over a million times.
I have given interviews about outbreak analysis to media outlets including BBC News, Channel 4 News, ITV News, Lateline and Sky News. I also explained the epidemiology of online social contagion for this episode of BBC More or Less, and put together this zombie outbreak puzzle for the Guardian.
My research has been featured by a variety of national and international media outlets, including BBC News, BBC World Service, Daily Mail, El País, The Guardian, The Independent, LA Times, The Metro, New Scientist, Reuters, The Telegraph, Time, The Times, and the Washington Post.
Contrary to stereotype, boys are more cliquey than girls, a study has found https://t.co/3wZcLfI7Sp— The Times of London (@thetimes) July 26, 2018
Can you solve it? How many will the zombie outbreak infect? https://t.co/icj38zzwf9— The Guardian (@guardian) October 26, 2015
“To predict epidemics, we don’t just need to know how many contacts people have; we need to where they travel, and where the infection might spread.” @AdamJKucharski has studied 30,000 people to predict the spread of disease and prevent outbreaks. #TED2018 pic.twitter.com/HEnkiEcAAB— TED Talks (@TEDTalks) 10 April 2018
Ebola beds prevented 40,000 deaths http://t.co/7RmcDgIFF5— BBC Health News (@bbchealth) October 13, 2015
Ebola toll in Sierra Leone 'could have been halved if UK had acted earlier' http://t.co/WbQsRI01Hs— The Guardian (@guardian) October 12, 2015