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Bringing the latest brain science to the people since 2008

A collage of Dr Jack Lewis's books, talks, TV appearances and work with virtual reality

For over twelve years now I’ve been writing a monthly Brain Blog so there are plenty of articles bundled into various categories (in the panel on the right if you’re on a computer, or if you’re reading this on a phone just scroll to the bottom of the page).

My full biog can be found via the menu at the top, but in a nutshell my mission over the past 14 years has been to help people understand the many things they can do to get their brains functioning at full potential.

As a motivational speaker I’ve given my brain talks on decision making, innovation, building resilience and improving cognitive function at annual general meetings / conferences for dozens of businesses across every industry sector.

I’ve also written several books including a best-selling business book (Sort Your Brain Out) and a couple of pop science books (The Science of Sin and the Mice Who Sing For Sex).

I’ve also presented many science TV shows that have aired on the BBC, Discovery and Sky, plus two series of The Secrets of the Brain which are available, on demand, wherever you are in the world, via Curiosity Stream.

I’ve also appeared as a brain expert in a few documentaries (like the multi-award winning caution against screen overuse I Am Gen Z) and prime-time TV shows like Duck Quacks Don’t Echo, Ranganation and Big Brother.

In this clip I help Rylan understand what’s going on in the brains of his celebrity contestants. I was surprised by his enthusiasm for neuroscience, but then again he’s smarter than he lets on…

This next one was a fantastic project to be a part of, as it merged my two major passions in life: brain science and virtual reality. We used virtual reality to take a volunteer on a voyage inside their own brain in a short film for the gambling charity GamCare to help people understand some of the process that lead to addictive behaviour…

If you’d like to book me for a talk or to present a film or TV show, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with my agent.