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Freelance, Part-time Community Manager

Nature Research is looking for a part-time, freelance community manager to play a key role in interacting with researchers on a portfolio of Nature Research Communities. These communities are intended to foster collaboration amongst Nature Research authors, editors, and other researchers. The communities are support by our journals, including Nature, Nature Ecology & Evolution, Nature […]

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Space for all: community funding scheme

The UK Space Agency invites proposals for its space for all community award scheme. This supports the education and outreach aims and objectives of the UK Space Agency education programme and encourages the use of space as an inspiring context for teaching and learning. The programme aims to address the skills needs of the space […]

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STFC ‘Wonder Match’ launched

Do you work with young people or disadvantaged communities in your region? Would you like to support them to engage with science and technology? Or are you a scientist or engineer who has a hunger to share the wonder of their research with others? Then the Wonder Match programme could be perfect for you. The […]

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Community University Partnership Initiative

The deadline for applications for the Bristol Community University Partnership Initiative (CUPI) match event is nearing! Manchester details are below too! Funded by Power to Change and the Arts and Humanities Research Council, CUPI supports community organisations (including community businesses, charities, social enterprises, and voluntary organisations) and university researchers to create trusting and useful research […]

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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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Engaging Environments funding call

The NERC public engagement call (‘Engaging Environments’) inviting proposals for consortium and capacity building projects costing between £50k and £100k has been announced: http://www.nerc.ac.uk/about/whatwedo/engage/public/pe-call/ This consortium and capacity building stage aims to build a long-term, effective and innovative public engagement community, and support the formation of collaborative teams who will then go on, in a second […]

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Grants for British Science Week!

There are three grant schemes available to support British Science Week (10-19 March 2017) activities: one for schools, one for community groups, and one for BSA branches. Applications for BSW 2017 are now open and will close on 21 November 2016 at 5pm. Kick Start Grants: This scheme offers grants for schools in challenging circumstances to organise […]

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Introducing Science Live

Ivvet Modinou, British Science Association At the BSA we’re committed to growing the number of people interested and engaged in science. From our experience, one of the best ways of doing this is through live events – which bring people together to discuss, discover and debate new ideas. Our ambition is to see more events […]