As a public speaker, Lone Frank is widely appreciated for her deep knowledge of science and its societal implications and for her ability to engage and inspire an audience. Her topics are hot, her angles often surprising and her thinking untraditional.

Lone Frank is acknowledged as en eminent communicator who is capable of making even highly complex scientific subjects immediately accessible. She is often invited as a panellist at conferences and meeting and has appeared as invited speaker at such international fora as the OECD, Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Harvard Medical School, the European Molecular Biology Laboratory, New Scientist Live.

Examples of popular talks

Neuro Revolution

– the Soul is Dead, Long Live the Brain!


– When Leadership is a Science.

It’s a Woman’s World

– Gender and Brain Biology.

My Beautiful Genome

– a personal journey into consumer genomics.

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“Lone is an engaging and gripping speaker, drawing on her own experiences to give a deeply personal perspective on advances in our understanding of genetics and neuroscience.” – Penny Sarchet, Deputy News Editor, New Scientist


“Charismatic performance” – Taru Spiegel, Library of Congress, Washington


“Impressive. We had great feedback about her sessions” – Chip Rolley, Artistic Director, Sydney Writer’s Festival Ltd.