Falling Walls Engage is an international platform for all forms of science engagement, hosted by Falling Walls Foundation in cooperation with the Robert Bosch Stiftung. Its goal is to showcase successful science engagement projects from a wide range of fields.
The Oxford Hands-on Society is a student-led group of like-minded individuals keen on sharing science with school students. Each summer they take hands-on science activities on tour around British Schools. They're looking for volunteers to get involved.
The Materials Research Society invites nominations for its impact award, which recognises individuals who have displayed excellence in areas of science communication, education, advancing diversity, mentoring or community engagement.
This scheme provides funds up to £1000 to support events where aspects of clinical microbiology, infection prevention and control, and healthcare-associated infections are promoted to the public and other relevant stakeholders.
The American Association for the Advancement of Science invites nominations for the Mani L Bhaumik award for public engagement with science. This recognises contributions to public engagement with science.
The AAAS Early Career Award for Public Engagement with Science, established in 2010, recognises early-career scientists and engineers who demonstrate excellence in their contribution to public engagement with science activities.
The STFC Public Engagement Early-Career Researcher Forum (the 'PEER Forum') will support talented scientists and engineers in the early stages of their career to develop their public engagement and outreach goals, to ensure the next generation of STFC scientists and engineers continue to deliver the highest quality of purposeful, audience-driven public engagement.
The John Maddox Prize recognises the work of individuals who promote sound science and evidence on a matter of public interest, facing difficulty or hostility in doing so, and comes with a cash prize. There is a early career category.
The Brilliant Club is a university access charity which partners with a number of Oxford colleges to work with high performing young people from underrepresented communities. There is an information event for those interested in finding out more about how you can get involved with the Scholars Programme as a PhD tutor.
The Royal Society of Biology are inviting applications to their Outreach and Engagement Awards, that aims to reward bioscience researchers' outreach work carried out to inform, enthuse and engage the public. There are categories for both established and new researchers, both with a cash prize.
The NERC DTP are hosting this event as part of their Grand Challenges Seminar Series. This is a free event with fantastic speakers. All welcome, but you need to register. Expert panel discussing the threats facing science communication in the era of fake news.
3 Minutes, 1 Slide…..Your Thesis! The 3 Minute Thesis competition challenges doctoral candidates to present a compelling spoken presentation on their research topic and its significance in just three minutes to a non-specialist audience.
This recognises new investigators participating in, or developing activities related to, public engagement to enhance awareness of research by society members in the area of basic, clinical or translational research in mineralised tissues. A cash prize of £500 is available.
A biennial event for people who work in, or otherwise participate in, communicating mathematics to the public. The event is independently organised, and funded by ticket sales and grants from mathematical institutions.