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BIG Event 2018 – Call for session proposals OPEN

Every year, BIG members get together for a three-day bash to exchange ideas, compare disasters, find their next employer and have a grand time with the work and the colleagues they love. STEM engagement professionals from all over the UK (and some more besides) take this opportunity to step out of their offices, museums and […]

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British Science Festival, Hull 2018 proposals call

Want to be part of next year’s British Science Festival? Now’s your chance. We have opened the call for proposals and Award Lecture nominations. Next year, the Festival is taking place in Hull – the 2017 UK City of Culture – and will be hosted by the University of Hull between 11 – 14 September […]

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Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition call

The Royal Society is looking for brilliant science and scientists to feature at the Summer Science Exhibition 2018. The Exhibition features the UK’s most inspiring research and is a chance for scientists to showcase their work to over 14,000 people, including everyone from school children and families to MPs and Fellows of the Royal Society. Exhibitors […]

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Exhibition: Call for Submissions at Science Gallery, Dublin

Science Gallery Dublin are seeking proposals for up to 20 works for our IN CASE OF EMERGENCY exhibition. Proposals may be new or existing works, and will be funded up to a maximum budget of €2600, which should include all artist fees, materials, equipment, shipping, travel etc. Please note that these are maximum amounts, not […]

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IoP ‘Festival of Physics’ call open

The call for ideas for the Institute of Physics’ inaugural Festival of Physics is now open. Please email Siân Hickson, IOP Public Engagement Manager for Scotland, on sian.hickson@iop.org to receive a copy of the proposal submission form along with a guidance document containing further information and particulars of the festival, which  is taking place on […]

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British Science Festival 2017 – call for proposals

The British Science Association have announced that the call for proposals for the British Science Festival 2017 are now open to academics, individuals and organisations. They are looking for a  range of event suggestions, content and collaborations to hold at next year’s event in Brighton. Festival events that are accepted will take place during the daytime from […]

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Big Bang Fair activities call still open

Registration for The Big Bang UK Young Scientists & Engineers Fair 2017 is now open, but there’s still time to play a part in the Fair! The Big Bang Fair brings together the STEM community in a collective effort to inspire over 70,000 young people, their teachers and parents across four days each March, showing […]

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‘Story of Space’ proposals – India

India’s first science meets art festival The Story of Light captivated over 15,000 visitors in Goa last year. ‘The Story Of’ Foundation has issued a call for proposals for its second learning festival, The Story of Space, which will take place in October/November 2017. The program will include public installations, performances, films, workshops, talks & panel […]

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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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Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

Next year’s Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is happening in London 3 – 9 July 2017. Proposals are now open to exhibitors. This year, around 25 exhibits will be chosen to form the 2017 exhibition. Showcase your research and technology to over 13,000 visitors in a diverse celebration of the UK’s best science. The Royal Society […]