Anu Ojha OBE



As a Director of the UK National Space Centre, the UK’s largest visitor centre for Space Science and Astronomy, he is at the heart of the UK’s work on Space and a key player in sharing this information with the public. A highly experienced speaker, Anu is engaging, charismatic, informative, approachable and non-stuffy. He is excellent at presenting difficult topics in an easily-accessible way. Always happy to answer questions from the audience, he shapes and tailors his presentation and takes part in panel sessions.

Anu teaches Physics on the National Space Academy’s Space Engineering (A level pre-University) and Higher Apprenticeship (undergraduate) courses run in partnership with Loughborough College and the University of Leicester.

Anu was appointed to the Council of STFC in 2018: the UK’s Research Council responsible for National and International Facilities and Programmes in Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, Astronomy and Space Science.  


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