Take your research to Cheltenham Science Festival 2019, deadline 1 Feb
23 January 2019
Public Engagement - opportunity
Cheltenham Science Festival is a six day celebration of science, with discussions, shows for schools, hands-on workshops, performances and interactive exhibitions.
Each year they look for fresh new ideas to create a varied and engaging programme covering a wide range of topics and themes.
If you're interested but concerned it might be too much of a commitment to go it alone, Natalie Ford, Outreach and Public Engagement Officer in NDORMS is interested in sharing a stall (and sharing the cost, too). If you're interest please contact Natalie directly.
The MPLS and MSD Divisions have generic 'science research at the University of Oxford' branded items (such as table cloths, t-shirts, gazebos, roll-up banners).
Each year there are multiple ways of getting involved - at present the call for interactive stalls is still open.
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