Take your research to Science Swindon, deadline 17 Jan
7 January 2020
Public Engagement - opportunity
This is just a last minute call for anyone who'd like to take part in this festival with a stall as there's a couple of spaces left. The festival takes place Feb 21-22 in Swindon.
About the festival
An annual festival of science and engineering surrounded by Brunel’s engineering in Swindon, the hub of UK science and innovation Scientists and engineers will exchange knowledge and ideas with the public.
Partners from industry, government and academia reveal the latest innovations, with exciting opportunities for the public to get involved.
Interactive exhibits, inspiring science shows, and challenging talks and panels will engage the public with the technologies of today and tomorrow.
The themes are: Health and Medicine, Energy and Environment, Gaming & Virtual Reality, Space and Astronomy, and the Future of Transport.
Exhibition stalls costs £250.
What to read next
2 January 2020
The popular citizen science project, Galaxy Zoo, went super-sized at this year’s Oxford Christmas Light Festival (Friday 15 – Saturday 16 November 2019). Crowds of visitors to the vibrant annual seasonal celebration got a taste of the astronomical by helping researchers describe hundreds of images of galaxies, projected at massive scale onto to the buildings in Bonn Square. Here is a taste of the project.
6 January 2020
ATOM is a growing and very family-friendly science festival located in the 'Science Vale'. There are opportunities to take part in the 'Science Market' on 14 March and the Family Science Fair at the Abingdon School on 22 March.
6 January 2020
The David Attenborough award and lecture recognises an individual for public engagement with science in any science or technical discipline within the remit of the Royal Society. The award includes a silver medal and a cash prize of £2,500.