Emer Maguire is an international award-winning science communicator, BBC radio Ulster presenter, Speech and Language Therapist, and a successful singer-songwriter. Hailing from Northern Ireland, Emer uses her unique style and sense of humour to communicate the wonders of science to the general public. It all began when Emer was named the UK’s best science communicator in 2015 when she won FameLab UK. Fast forward to 2017, and Emer was named the winner of International Science Stars in Asia. With topics including from “Why do we fall in love?” and “Why do we Kiss?”, Emer inspires audiences to find science as captivating as she does. She even writes science comedy songs to play at her shows, which always ensures her performances are unforgettable. Emer is currently spreading her love for science and tech by presenting her BBC radio show, “Science and Stuff with Emer Maguire”. When she’s not on air, she’s performing at science festivals and events throughout the UK and Ireland.