Interview with Stuart Clark

Stuart Clark is a science writer by day and guitarist by night. I saw him play at Geek Pop, as “Dr Stu” of “Dr Stu and the Neutron Stars“, and last week interviewed him by Skype. This is a fragment of the interview, in which he talks about writing, playing guitar, and having lunch with Buzz Aldrin on a cruise ship.

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And here is a video of Dr Stu and the Neutron Stars from the GeekPop channel:

One thought on “Interview with Stuart Clark”

  1. Eva
    I read your web site on scientists and musicians with great interest – I play the saxophone and electonica for the past 18 months (although I was lead singer / sax player in a rock band during my PhD).
    I am already being offered recording contracts and offers to go on international compilation cd’s which is very exciting.

    I am becoming a professional musician along side being a professional scientist and would be happy to be interviewed if you are interested .
    For me there are several common themes that I use for both areas of my work.

    I am listed on wikipedia as a scientists and musician see:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Wilkinson_%28scientist%29

    I look forward to hearing from you

    Kind regards

    John

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