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EPSRC science photo competition 2015

EPSRCThe Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council’s Science Photo Competition 2015 is well underway and there is still time for you to share your research through pictures – and win prizes in a range of categories. Submission deadline is the 19 December 2015.  Read the rest of this entry

The Three R’s of Science – Reading, Writing and Reviewing

Simon Leather, Professor of Entomology at Harper Adams University, has written an excellent blog post on writing for science publications. In “The Three Rs of Science – Reading, Writing and Reviewing” Simon examines the process of science writing, how to construct that all important first draft and offers some sound advice for research students, or anyone looking to improve their writing for publication. You can subscribe to Simon’s blog at

Passionate about science? FameLab needs YOU!

The search is on for the new voices of science communication.  FameLab has become arguably the world’s leading science communication competition, and is designed to help people communicate science and engineering to a wider audience, whether in schools, at public events or through the media.  Over the autumn heats will be taking place across the country from Aberdeen to London, Cardiff to Cambridge.

If you’re currently working in science. technology, engineering or maths, and think you can explain a science or engineering concept in an engaging way to non-scientists in just three minutes, FameLab wants to hear from you!

The winner of the heats will get the chance to take part in a weekend MasterClass with experts in media & communication skills, before vying for the title of FameLab UK champion at the National Final in March 2013 where they will have the chance to take home £1,750 to further their career.

So if you think you have what it takes visit to register.