“Space is the perfect canvas for young people to explore and engage with all kinds of STEM subjects. I’m so looking forward to hosting the event and meeting some of the extraordinary people who have dedicated their lives to our greatest adventure.The countdown is ON!”
Dallas is best known for his presenting career, which started with TV shows such as the Gadget Show on channel 5, and Bang goes the theory, a prime-time science show on BBC One. He has gone on to present many science based factual TV shows and documentaries such as Science of Stupid, Stargazing Live, The Sky at Night, Supersized Earth, Time Scanners and City in the Sky, among many.
Dallas has always been a huge supporter and ambassador for STEM education, working on major outreach initiatives such as The Big Bang Fair, FameLab project and of Course STEMFest in Space. He understands the importance of promoting the value of STEM and inspiring the next generation of STEM enthusiasts.
Dallas is also an author and a regular contributor to the BBC’s science magazine Focus, the Times’ Eureka magazine, and The Observer. He is also the author of his own book- Ad Astra: An Illustrated Guide to Leaving the Planet, will give you all the information you will need to leave planet Earth, including expert advice from the people who could actually make it happen.