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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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Furness prize for science communication

The Royal College of Pathologists invites nominations for the Furness prize for science communication. This recognises a pathology trainee who has undertaken sustained high-quality science communication activities and has contributed significantly to the field. Activities include: developing resources for teachers and students; organising outreach sessions; producing high quality public dialogue events; working with other organisations, […]

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Science Re-Public event

An evening of discussion and demonstrations from the mysterious world of real, actual science. Exploring the question: Is it all about pathology? A free event for all (you will want to be over 18 though), on 2nd of March, from 19:00 onwards at the Cuban Rooms in Wolverhampton. Brought to you by new friends Science Shack, […]

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Art of Pathology Competition

To celebrate National Pathology Week 2016, the College is running an exciting art competition open to all ages. We’re giving away some fantastic prizes for the most artistic creations of animals in pathology. For more information please visit the website. also… Undergraduate Essay Prize Science, medical and veterinary undergraduates, are invited to write a 1000 […]

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Promoting Pathology

The Royal College of Pathologists is pleased to announce that applications are open for the Public Engagement Innovation Grant Scheme. They are looking for new projects to fund that promote pathology to audiences such as young people, health professionals and local communities. If you have an innovative idea which could help pathologists communicate the role […]