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Freelance Science Presenters for Ri

The Ri has recently launched a new outreach programme, Science in Schools, bringing our popular demonstration shows into schools across the UK, accompanied by valuable Continuing Professional Development sessions for teachers. The shows give students, teachers and families a chance to see our specially trained presenters in action, delivering science shows inspired by the Christmas […]

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Cornwall, summer, Physics, beach, basking shark, blue skies

The Telegraph Museum, Porthcurno are putting on a Physics Fiesta from 25th – 29th July 2016 with support from the Institute of Physics.  They are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to help deliver a science show or busking activities in our Learning Space or on our lovely beach.  They can offer support with travel expenses for […]

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BSA Masterclass: SciComm Primer -15 June 2016 (Manchester)

An essential event for researchers, full-time communicators or volunteers, in their first few years of science communication. Key science communication figures, including Dallas Campbell, Andy Miah, and Vic Gill will lead interactive sessions on story-telling, understanding your audience, choosing your medium and innovative evaluation,. The BSA have partnered with SciComm Burrito to hold their sci […]

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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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The 2016 Great Bug Hunt

The closing date for the ASE’s 2016 Great Bug Hunt competition is the 17th June! Open to all Primary Schools… ‘The Great Bug Hunt competition is a fun and fascinating way to introduce children to the weird and wacky world of mini beasts. So grab a bug net and awaken their sense of discovery and adventure […]

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L’Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science

This year, the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship Programme are offering female PhD Students within the fields of Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Science the opportunity to present their work in the form of a poster at the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Awards Ceremony on June 22nd 2016 at the […]

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National Citizen Science Day

Presented by the Citizen Science Association, this celebration kicks off on April 16 and runs through to May 21, 2016. Hundreds of events will be held throughout the country, inviting people to get involved with science research. You can find them all here. If you have your own event you can use the ‘Add an event form‘ to […]

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I’m An Engineer/Scientist… June ’16

The next I’m an Engineer/Scientist events will run concurrently from the 13th to the 24th June 2016, and applications are open now! Full details for both follow.   The engineering themes in June… The event is split into different zones, each with its own theme. In each zone five engineers compete for students’ votes by answering questions and […]

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Josh Award 2016

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 recognises a defining moment in the career of a science communicator; a person who is a practicing scientist or someone who has chosen science communication as their profession. This defining moment could […]

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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 […]