Biologist With A Twist: Dr. Carin Bondar



 Speaker at TED Global 2013 in Edinburgh, Scotland
 Featured expert with Discovery Worldwide, Discovery Canada and the Science Channel
 Featured expert with National Geographic Wild
 Host of ‘Wild Sex’, a web series on the evolutionary biology of sex (11.5 million youtube views)
 Producer and host with Scientific American
 Writer and host with PBS Digital Studios


 October 2013- Speaker at ‘I F*$king Love Science Live’ Toronto, Canada.
 August 2013- Speaker at ‘I F*$king Love Science Live’ Sydney, Australia.
 June 2013 – Speaker at TED Global in Edinburgh, Scotland.
 May 2013 – Present – Featured host on ‘Brave New World with Stephen Hawking’ (Discovery Canada)
 July 2013 – Present – Writer and host of ‘The Nature of Human Nature’ (PBS Digital Studios)
 March 2013 – Featured presenter on World’s Weirdest, Badass animals (National Geographic Wild)
 February 2013 – present: Host and producer of ‘Best of the Blogs’ (Scientific American)
 November 2012 – present: Featured expert on seasons 1 and 2 of ‘Outrageous Acts of Science’ (Discovery Worldwide, The Science Channel).
 November 2012 – present: Host of ‘Wild Sex’ – web series for Earth Touch Productions.
 October 2012 – February 2013: Host of ‘Behind the Headlines’ and ‘TWIST’ – web series for ScienceAlert
 July 2011 – present: Host of ‘PsiVid’, a science film, tv and video blog for Scientific American.
 February 2011 – present: Regular guest on The Rush (Shaw Canada).
 June 2011- present: Regular appearances on Breakfast Television (City TV, Vancouver)
 February – May 2011 – Writer and presenter for Daily Planet (Discovery Canada)
 August 2010 – Release of my first book: ‘The Nature of Human Nature’ (223 pp. Lulu publishing)
 October, 2010: Winner of the ‘Discovery World HD’ Film Snacks competition for conservation film ‘Why Did the Toad Cross the Road’.

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