About Brian

Science Comedian Brian Malow Brian Malow is Earth’s Pre­mier Sci­ence Come­dian (self-proclaimed), enter­tain­ing and ignit­ing inter­est in sci­ence.

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Brian has per­formed for the Amer­i­can Chem­i­cal Soci­ety, the National Insti­tute of Stan­dards and Tech­nol­ogy (NIST), JPL, Scholas­tic Library Pub­lish­ing, the National Asso­ci­a­tion of Sci­ence Writ­ers, the Koshland Museum of the National Acad­emy of Sci­ences, Apple, Dell, and Microsoft.

He has co-hosted Hack­ing the Planet and The Truth About Twisters on The Weather Chan­nel, and has appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Fer­gu­son (CBS) and on Tech TV, Dis­cov­ery, and A&E.

Brian has pro­duced and appeared in sci­ence videos for Time Magazine’s web­site, and is a con­trib­u­tor to Neil deGrasse Tyson’s radio show.  He gives work­shops and pre­sen­ta­tions to train sci­en­tists to become bet­ter speak­ers.  Clients include the National Research Coun­cil of Canada, the National Sci­ence Foun­da­tion, the Amer­i­can Asso­ci­a­tion for the Advance­ment of Sci­ence, and the Amer­i­can Geo­phys­i­cal Union.

His Neil Arm­strong rou­tine was once heard aboard an orbit­ing Space Shut­tle (STS-44). And he serves on the advi­sory board of the USA Sci­ence and Engi­neer­ing Fes­ti­val and as a con­tribut­ing edi­tor to The Jour­nal of Irre­pro­ducible Results.

He also likes to pho­tograph insects: InsectPaparazzi.com. His pho­tographs have appeared in Nat­u­ral His­tory Mag­a­zine, The Cana­dian Jour­nal of Arthro­pod Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion, and BugGuide.net

Based in Raleigh, Brian cur­rently works in sci­ence com­mu­ni­ca­tion for the North Car­olina Museum of Nat­u­ral Sci­ences, and his blog But Seri­ously… is on the Sci­en­tific Amer­i­can blog net­work.

Avail­able for off-world appear­ances, if trans­porta­tion is pro­vided.

See what the press has to say… Brian has been fea­tured in Nature, Chem­i­cal & Engi­neer­ing News, the San Fran­cisco Chron­i­cle, the Wash­ing­ton Post, and the New York Times. Visit the Press sec­tion for these and many more.