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#IamABiologist on Friday 12th October

Biology Week 2018 kicks off shortly All events are on the online calendar with events throughout the UK and beyond. We can also list and promote any of your upcoming Biology Week events – just fill in our quick form. Take part in this social media campaign where biologists take over twitter using the hashtag #iamabiologist, […]

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CSI of the Sea

Every year around 600 porpoises, dolphins and whales (collectively known as cetaceans) strand around the UK coast. Why do these stranding events occur and what role does bycatch (accidental entanglement in fishing gear) play? Join us for a very special online-only event from behind-the-scenes of ZSL for the opportunity to see a cetacean post-mortem, revealing […]

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Moderator vacancies at I’m A Scientist.

We at I’m a Scientist, Engineer etc are looking for mods to join the team for March. As my boss says ‘Work from anywhere; immensely enjoyable.’ READ: ‘Work from sofa; in mostly pajamas’ https://about.imascientist.org.uk/2018/moderator-vacancies-march-2018/

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STEM Ambassador Training

You can now book onto the programme of four free online CPD activities created especially for STEM Ambassadors by the National STEM Learning Centre. Designed to help you plan and carry out effective STEM activities, the courses will equip you with the skills and confidence to inspire young people in STEM subjects and careers. The […]

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Online Course: Introduction to Citizen Science and Scientific Crowdsourcing

At UCL’s Extreme Citizen Science department we are offering a new course: Introduction to Citizen Science and Scientific Crowdsourcing. For UCL students it is an optional module in MSc Geography; but it is open as an online course to anyone in the world. It will be asynchronous, which means you do not have to watch […]

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Learn to blog about science on Facebook Live

With public health, the planet and the future of humanity on the line, it’s more important than ever that the knowledge science creates be as widely shared as possible. That’s why actor and science communicator Alan Alda is teaming up with Scientific American to kick off a new Facebook Live series about how to write blogs and op-eds for […]

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‘Just Add Imagination’ resource

We are excited to share our new resource for parents and families, called ‘Just Add Imagination‘. It is part of our new Parents for STEM Futures project to actively engage parents of primary school aged children in science and maths subjects. This digital (and printable) resource aims to show how creative and exciting STEM (science, technology, engineering […]

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JOB – IASGMOOH online moderator, this November

It’s that time again – we’re looking for two moderators to work with us on our online events this November. We’re running I’m a Scientist UK and Ireland, I’m an Engineer UK and I’m a Medic. The job consists of moderating live chats, approving students’ questions, checking content and generally helping to run the events. […]

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CAPjournal #22 Now Available

The 22nd issue of CAPjournal is now available online. In this issue our contributors explore the value and challenges of working in different venues — our libraries, airplanes and airport lounges. We look at the partnerships that grow behind the scenes when we use new spaces and what these can mean for the reach and […]

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Creativity & Culture Online Conference

Creativity & Culture 2017 is an online conference designed to create a creative space for conversations between academics, educators and entrepreneurs with a deep interest in development of creativity skills to stimulate sustainable prosperity in a creative economy. The 7 speakers are experts in their fields (academia, education, business and art) and will be speaking […]