Get involved with Soapbox Science, deadline 23 Feb
29 January 2018
Public Engagement - opportunity
Soapbox Science transforms public areas into an arena for public learning and scientific debate. First started in London, Soapbox science has been seen in Oxford, on Cornmarket Street and Magdalen School in previous years.
Now in its third year in Oxford, now's the time to get involved!
Scienctists literally stand on a soapbox and present their science, take questions and have the chance to debate with the public.
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