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Mini Maker Rocket Making Workshop

Announcing a wonderful Mini Maker workshop for 3 to 7 year olds on Thursday 2nd June, 11am – 3pm. Join Biochemist and BOM Fellow Mel Grant to have some crafty fun with space inspired activities. We’ll have hexbug drawing, solar system headband making and rocket making and decorating from paper and card. A great excuse […]

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Learning & Participation Internship – Bham Rep

This is a role for a graduate with workshop delivery and practical teaching skills to assist in the delivery of strategic learning programmes and youth and community productions for two of the most innovative and exciting theatres in the UK. The Learning & Participation paid internship will be part of an integrated learning and participation […]

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fizzPOP makerspace

fizzPOP are a Makerspace in Birmingham; a community-owned physical space where people come together to collaborate, sharing ideas, knowledge and tools. They host talks and have workshops, providing members with access to machinery or some combination of many other possible facilities. Learning to solder, program, operate a laser cutter, use tools, design or just make things is […]

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Science & Heritage Career Ladder Programme

Birmingham Museums Trust are advertising for six Trainee Enablers; a wonderful opportunity for young people to gain paid work experience over the summer holiday. “Are you confident, outgoing and have a passion for science? Our successful Science and Heritage Career Ladder Programme, has been running for almost ten years at Thinktank, Birmingham Science Museum, and aims […]

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Pint of Science ’16

If your diary is looking a bit full, then we’ve just made it worse for you. However, you will have no problems looking for something to do over the evenings of 23rd, 24th and 25th of May as Pint of Science has returned! Each night, four different venues in Birmingham City Centre will be hosting […]

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Space Biohack & Robot Autopsy

Coinciding with the Ingenious and Fearless Companions exhibition, BOM is delighted to present the first Space Biohack, bringing together artists, scientists and enthusiasts with members of the High Altitude Bioprospecting (HAB) team and astrobiologists from NASA. This event, taking place on the 13th to 14th of May 2016, creatively explores how research with astrobiology is contributing to novel biotechnologies and […]

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Job – Centre for Science, Knowledge & Belief in Society

An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Research Fellow to work within the Centre for Science, Knowledge and Belief in Society (CSKBS) at Newman University. This post is a full time appointment, offered on a permanent basis. Up until November 2018 the post holder will work principally on the large scale grant funded ‘Science and Religion: Exploring the Spectrum’ project within […]

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Ingenious & Fearless Companions

BOM is organising the first ever exhibition by the High Altitude Bioprospecting (HAB) science-art collective from 1st April to 11th June 2016 Ingenious and Fearless Companions explores the adventure of curiosity-driven research through a quest to find microscopic life in space. The title is taken from a letter from French poet Victor Hugo to chemist and aeronaut […]