Are you a woman who works in science who is passionate about your research? Are you eager to talk to the public about your work in a fun, informal setting? Apply for an event in London, Brighton, Reading or further afield!
The East End Women’s Museum sets out to uncover and celebrate hidden stories of local women. They are running a wide-ranging consultation project, to hear from the people of east London about what they’d like to see and do in the new museum. They want to discover what the museum should look like, which stories it should tell, which objects to display, which activities to run, and so on.
Apply online by Sunday 10 March.
Science Gallery London is inviting expressions of interest for projects to become part of the forthcoming GENDER season.
Applications from researchers who would like to run live research as part of the season are particularly welcomed.
Application deadline: Wednesday 15 February 2019
Take part in a themed Lates event at the Science Museum in London, 27 March 2019, showcasing the ‘S’ in the in the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
To contribute with an interactive activity, exhibit, talk or workshop, register by 22 November 2018.
Applications are open for two-year fellowships for researchers to be seconded into the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (London) to work alongside, advise and influence policymakers.
Application deadline – 31 October 2018
Fellowships start – September 2019
Photographers and other image makers from all disciplines are invited to enter the Wellcome Photography Prize, which celebrates compelling imagery that captures stories of health, medicine and science. They are looking for entries that can captivate people with stories of science and medicine, and start conversations about some of the health challenges humanity faces today.
Deadline for entries is 17 December 2018
Register to take part in the next I’m a Scientist and I’m an Engineer online event, running 5-16th November. School students from across the country will be able to ask you questions about your work, as you compete to win £500 for engagement activities.
Open to all PhDs/postdocs/academics – no experience required. Applications open now.
Find out more.
Hosted by the UCL Engineering Exchange, register for this free event to share knowledge about issues facing London communities. The key themes are: Green Infrastructure, Air Quality and the Circular Economy.
Friday 7th Sept, 2018 – 9.30-18.00
Open to PhD students enrolled on a Doctoral Training Partnership programme funded by a UK Research Council. 12 week placements in various departments.