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RSB SciComm Awards 2016

Are you a bioscience researcher involved in science communication? If you work in any sector of UK biosciences, from universities, institutes or industry, apply for the Royal Society of Biology Science Communication Awards 2016. There are two categories: New Researcher Prize (£750) and Established Researcher Prize (£1500). Supported by the Wellcome Trust, the Awards are […]

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BSF 16 proposals

A final reminder that the call for event proposals for the British Science Festival will be closing on Friday 25 March 2016 – this Friday. The 2016 British Science Festival will be hosted by Swansea University from 6-9 September 2016. Proposals should be aimed at non-specialist adults with a broad interest in science Find out […]

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Arts & Science Festival

The University of Birmingham’s Arts & Science Festival returns next week, for its fourth year. Running Monday 14 – Sunday 20 March and themed Memory and Forgetting, the festival showcases culture, research and collaboration across campus through a free programme of concerts, exhibitions, screenings, talks and workshops. Full festival programme available here. Email Facebook Twitter

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Jurassic Park: Family SciScreen

Join the West Midlands branch of the British Science Association for a fun-packed day of Jurassic science! Suitable for the whole family; take part in hands on science activities, listen to a science talk and relax to watch the classic film – Jurassic Park! 12:00 – 13:00 – Hands-on science activities 13:10- 13:50 – Pre […]

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Busking at Cheltenham

‘Around Town’ is a new venture for 2016, taking the Science Festival out on to the streets of Cheltenham. They will have three busking spots in prominent positions in Cheltenham town centre and are creating an exciting programme of live demos, science discussions and performances. If you have an activity or performance you feel would work […]

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Astro in the City – March ’16

The next Astronomy in the City event is Wednesday March 9th 2016, 5:30 pm–10 pm. Booking essential! We are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Einstein’s general relativity, our best theory of gravity. General relativity is central to much of modern astrophysics (including research we do here), explaining everything from black holes to the expansion of the […]

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Einstein’s Garden 2016

The proposal deadline for science stalls in Einstein’s Garden at the Green Man Festival 2016 is 21st March. The Green Man Festival is held near the Black Mountains in Wales and attracts 20,000 festival goers. The festival has earned a reputation as one of the great independent festivals in the UK. The 2016 festival dates […]

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Music and the Geek

Some comedians, musicians, scientists & IT consultants walk into a bar… Science Grrl and the British Science Association present  MUSIC AND THE GEEK A night of entertainment by geeks for everyone! You’ll laugh, dance and maybe even learn something* Line up: Helen Arney: Geek Songstress Fox Dog Studios: IT Rock’n’Roll Jollyboat: Award-Winning Musical Comedians Science Ceilidh: […]

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Chemistry is Everywhere

The European Young Chemists’ Network (EYCN), the younger members’ division of the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS), invites you to participate in the first European Photography Contest – named Photochimica 2016. Under the slogan “Chemistry is everywhere!” the EYCN wants to promote chemistry through visual arts, by its presence in our daily […]

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*Blink Blink*

Now we can see  more clearly, we have a better idea of what #BrumSciComm would like to do. Providing this space is the next step in making that happen. Let me share with you what those ideas are and what we would like you to do with us. After many socials and questions, ideas and […]