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Researchers’ Choice Communication Award

Do you know an early career researcher who goes the extra mile to communicate their scientific ideas to the public? Early Career Researchers are the future of science, helping to advance research and put science at the forefront of the public mind. Elsevier supports researchers at every step in their career. From recognizing and rewarding […]

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Microbiology in society award

The Microbiology Society invites applications for its microbiology in society award. This supports organisations of any education, outreach or public engagement work that promotes the art and science of microbiology. It should inspire and educate people about microbiology, and allow them to make informed decisions which recognise the importance of microbiology and its advances. Applications […]

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RSB Outreach and Engagement Awards

The Royal Society of Biology invites applications for both its established and new researcher prizes. They aim to reward outreach work carried out to inform, enthuse and engage the public. The competition is open to all researchers working in any sector of UK biosciences, from universities, institutes or industry. There are two categories of award: […]

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The Beetlestone Award

Yesterday, The BIG STEM Communicators Network launched a new Award. The purpose of which is to recognise a senior person in the field of ‘informal learning in science’ (ISL) – someone still in post in the UK, not a retiree – who has already made or is clearly creating a significant legacy for the field. John Beetlestone […]

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Furness prize for science communication

The Royal College of Pathologists invites nominations for the Furness prize for science communication. This recognises a pathology trainee who has undertaken sustained high-quality science communication activities and has contributed significantly to the field. Activities include: developing resources for teachers and students; organising outreach sessions; producing high quality public dialogue events; working with other organisations, […]

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Josh Award Annual Lecture in SciComm

The Annual Lecture for the Josh Award this year is on Friday 20th October, given by Jon Chase. Come along, if you can get to Manchester, and stick around for our BIG GameLab weekend afterwards! We have all kinds of things, eSport tournament, VR expo, Citizen Science Showcase, science busking. To sign up to the Josh event, please […]

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IOP Early Career Physics Communicator Award 2017

The IOP Physics Communicators Group invites applications from people at the start of their careers in physics who have undertaken activities that support and encourage excellent communication of physics. The deadline for applications is 2 October 2017. Shortlisted applicants will give a presentation demonstrating their physics communication methods at a special event on 24 November […]

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Early Career Physics Communicator Award 2017

The IOP Physics Communicators Group invites applications from people at the start of their careers in physics who have undertaken activities that support and encourage excellent communication of physics. The Early Career Physics Communicator Award is awarded annually and to be eligible applicants do not need to be a member of the IOP but must […]

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Royal Society of Biology SciComm Awards

Are you a bioscience researcher involved in science communication? The Royal Society of Biology Science Communication Awards have returned for 2017 and this year’s competition is now open for entries. This competition is open to researchers working in any sector of UK biosciences, including universities, institutes and industry. They are intended to reward outreach work carried […]

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Josh Award ’17 – Call for Nominations

The Josh Award is the UK’s national award in science communication, established to recognise and support up-and-coming talent in science communication. The award provides the opportunity to become the science communicator in residence at the Manchester Science Festival, developing and delivering a new project or event while showcasing best practice in the field of science […]