We have been consultants for multiple episodes of the hit television crime drama Elementary on CBS, starring Hollywood A-list actress Lucy Liu (Kill Bill, Charlie's Angels, Ally McBeal).


With the advertising agency BBDO, we assisted in the creation of ads for the General Electric Company's Ecomagination advertising campaign.


We sponsored an award for New York City public school students at the Imagine Science Film Festival in New York City, October 15-23, 2009.


We have given advice to Discoveries and Breakthroughs in Science, which produces short video segments on science news stories.


We assisted the makers of Flatland the Movie, starring Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winner Martin Sheen, Michael York, and Kristen Bell.


We were part of the successful proposal to create the PBS science series Wired Science.


On April 26, 2006, we were asked to help launch the "Hippest Homework Happening" for Hollywood Math and Science Film Consulting's Professor Jonathan Farley and Professor Sarah Greenwald spoke at the event. The only other speakers were the late U.S. Senator Ted Kennedy, the late U.S. Congresswoman Jo Ann Davis, Raytheon Senior Vice President for Strategy Bill Lynn, and Olympic gold medalist Apolo Ohno. The event took place outside the Capitol Building in Washington, D.C.

Senator Edward Kennedy (far left) listens to Professor Farley

Professors Farley and Greenwald (in red) listen to Congresswoman Davis

Congressman Silvestre Reyes seated next to Professor Farley,
Congresswoman Davis and Senator Kennedy

Professor Greenwald, Congressman Reyes, and Congresswoman Davis
listen to Olympic gold medalist Apolo Ohno



We have been consultants for the hit television crime drama Medium on NBC and CBS.


We organized a symposium on women, mathematics and film for Stanford University's Institute for Research on Women and Gender (now the Clayman Institute). This symposium featured actress Danica McKellar (a star of the hit TV series The Wonder Years and The West Wing, and author of the New York Times best-selling book Math Doesn't Suck), who graduated summa cum laude with a degree in mathematics from the University of California at Los Angeles, and culminated in a screening and discussion of the movie Proof.

Please also see the following links:

Proof and Prejudice: Women in Mathematics symposium flier
National Public Radio interview of Danica McKellar
San Jose Mercury News



We have been consultants for the hit television crime drama Numb3rs on CBS. For instance, on January 20, 2005 and shortly thereafter, we suggested that Numb3rs work with the National Council for Teachers of Mathematics to create homework assignments related to the mathematical and scientific topics discussed in each episode. Such a program was created in late September 2005.

Please also see the following links:

National Council of Teachers of Mathematics
Scene from a never-aired episode of Numb3rs


The movie Primer won the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004. At the request of Primer's public relations firm, Hollywood Math and Science Film Consulting representative Dr. Anthony Harkin of Harvard University attended the Boston premiere of Primer, to lead an audience discussion afterwards about the science in the film.

The event took place at The Kendall Square Cinema in Cambridge, Massachusetts.


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