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BSA Branches are changing

If you’d like to know more about the changes to the British Science Association’s regional branch network, there’s a short article on our website here: http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/news/changes-to-the-british-science-associations-branches-network Please feel free to get in touch if you have any questions! Christina Fuentes Tibbitt Engagement Manager, BSA

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Honorary Fellowships: nominations open

The British Science Association are currently accepting nominations for our Honorary Fellowships. They award Honorary Fellowships to people who embody our vision and further their goal. This can take many forms, including: Supporting hands-on STEM education and empowering young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Challenging stereotypes of what a scientist looks like, what scientists do and […]

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Public engagement opportunity for environmental science researchers

Are you an environmental science researcher?  Interested how people access and use scientific research?  Want to develop your skills and increase the impact of your research? NERC has joined forces with non-profit organisations the British Science Association (BSA) and FoAM to launch AccessLab – an exciting opportunity for researchers to build new relationships and help […]

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Birmingham BSA lecture date!

Start this year’s British Science Week with ‘Design, 3D Print and Fly!’ The Birmingham Branch of the British Science Association present this FREE lecture at Thinktank Museum (Millennium Point, Curzon Street, Birmingham B4 7XG), on Saturday 10th March: 1 – 2 pm Interactive Lego workshop about material science 2 – 3 pm Lecture by Moataz […]

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BSF 18 Call for Proposals &Award Lecture nominations

The British Science Festival is Europe’s longest standing science festival, travelling to a different place in the United Kingdom each year. It aims to diversify the public’s understanding of science, with an events programme that encompasses it in the broadest sense of the word. Next year, the Festival is taking place in Hull – the […]

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British Science Week grants open

British Science Week grants for schools and community groups are now open! To help with BSW events, the British Science Association are encouraging all grant applicants to use Science Live, our online platform for connecting event organisers, contributors and audiences. We recently added new features to Science Live. Many of you were already registered and will have […]

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British Science Festival, Hull 2018 proposals call

Want to be part of next year’s British Science Festival? Now’s your chance. We have opened the call for proposals and Award Lecture nominations. Next year, the Festival is taking place in Hull – the 2017 UK City of Culture – and will be hosted by the University of Hull between 11 – 14 September […]

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UK Science Festivals Network Conference 2017

A new conference for anyone who is interested or involved in organising science festivals, events or activities: 9 November 2017, 10.00-18.00 | National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh | £80+VAT pp Thrilling, rewarding and exhausting: three words all science festival and event organisers can relate to. Despite the chaotic mixture of emotions we often feel, we’re all […]

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Future Debates Grants Open

Following the success of the past BSA’s Future Debate series, we’re excited to announce that we’re working with organisations across the country on an autumn/winter series of the future debates surrounding the question Does it matter who pays for science? Grants of up to £500 available! To support these events, event organisers can apply for grants of up to […]

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‘Leading science engagement in a changing world’

Last month the British Science Association invited senior leaders from a range of organisations across the UK to a one-off event. ‘Leading science engagement in a changing world’ was hosted by Royal Society of Chemistry, and was supported by the Institute of Physics and the Wellcome Trust. The aim was to provide a space for […]