Spoken Science is a New England-based science communications consulting group, owned and operated by Tim Miller. Tim is a science communications professional with a diverse background in both the arts and the sciences. A former education associate at the Boston Museum of Science, and research associate at Harvard University, Tim has given lectures and workshops on science communication for universities, government agencies, and professional societies across the U.S. He holds degrees in physics and engineering from Dartmouth College, and is an alumnus of the School of Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. Tim is currently a workshop instructor at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University, and a member of the faculty in the Department of Digital Media & Design at the University of Connecticut.

In addition to his work in science communications, Tim is the co-host of Critical Mass, a weekly podcast about science, religion, and the places in the world where they intersect.

In his previous lives, he has been a used-car salesman, a skydiving instructor, a voiceover artist, a journalist, a Hollywood screenwriter, and a bunch of other things. He studied improv theater at the Upright Citizens’ Brigade in Los Angeles, and is an Eagle Scout.

More about Tim’s background can be found in the Foreword to his new book, which you can find on our publications page.

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Tim is the guy in the middle, at the summit of Mt. Whitney in California.
Tim is the guy in the middle, at the summit of Mt. Whitney in California.