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Infectious disease/forensic scientists needed for STEAM festival

Do you know any infectious disease/forensic scientists or pathologists, or scientists with a keen interest in death/murder? Award-winning, interactive STEM/Arts festival SMASHfestUK is looking for scientists to be part of a murder mystery type show for family audiences, in Feb half-term 2018 (South East London). We’re looking to chat to experts in these fields, with […]

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To Infinity And Beyond! at BMAG lates

Join Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery on Saturday 12th November as they venture into space for their November Edwardian Tearooms Late. Kick back and relax in their mobile planetarium as you are taken on an adventure through the night sky, get hands on with some of their space themed collection and they’ll have some great experiments going on […]

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Spooky Science Night at Thinktank

Join Thinktank between 6pm and 9pm on the 29th of October as they turn the museum into a spooky party for all mad scientists, witches and wizards to come together and have some fun. See the spectacular ‘Science of Fright ’ show, where making a monster is all a matter of choosing the right ingredients. Discover […]

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Astronomy in the City, 2016/17!

The University of Birmingham Observatory are delighted to announce the 2016/2017 Astronomy in the City season! It is a series of free all-ticket public events, each packed with astrophysics; stargazing, and tea and biscuits. Evenings begin with talks covering astronomical highlights and recent research, and a question-and-answer session (for everything from beginner’s questions about the night sky […]

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Lancashire Science Festival 2017 proposals

The Lancashire Science Festival 2017 will be open from 29 June to 1 July and is held at the University of Central Lancashire’s Preston campus. The 2016 festival reached over 17,000 people and we are hoping to replicate this for 2017. But…we need you! Applications are now open for submissions to this year’s festival. We […]

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Francis Crick Institute workshop call

The Francis Crick Institute is a world-class centre for biomedical research, due to open soon in the King’s Cross area of London. The Crick will have a regular programme of exhibitions for the public, the first of which will be entitled ‘How do we look?’ It will examine and showcase how scientists from the Crick visualise […]