Matthew Shribman is a scientist, environmentalist and presenter.
1) to make science as accessible as oxygen.
2) to ignite curiosity and encourage innovation and courageous thinking.
3) to combat environmental destruction.
Matthew has over 25M video views across Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat, Twitch and YouTube, with a diverse audience spanning young and old, science enthusiasts and people who say they hated science at school.
Matthew communicates science in a way that’s fascinating for all, making it funnier, cooler and more relatable. His engagement rate on social media is 3x higher than the majority of online creators.
He has given talks for the likes of TEDx London and UN Ops, appeared on Blue Peter, Comedy Central, the Today Programme, sold out solo shows across the UK, and filled tents at major festivals like Womad and Bestival.
His podcast is supported by legacy BBC producer and QI co-founder, John Mitchinson, and his collaboration credits include Plastic Oceans Foundation and BNP Paribas.
Matthew is a member of Patagonia's Change Makers Community, a Rita Allen Foundation Fellow of the Science Media Awards & Summit, and an Emerging Producer at the World Congress of Science & Factual Producers.
Matthew holds a 1st Class MChem from the University of Oxford.
Matthew's #NoBeef campaign is supported by the University of Cambridge, academics around the world, and Peter Gabriel. The campaign aims to reduce global consumption of beef and lamb, starting with schools and universities.