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Public engagement opportunities – July 2013

Find out the latest public engagement, funding and training opportunities from around the UK.

Apply for the x-change!

We’re looking for volunteers to join the x-change team – if you’re an enthusiastic team-player and you want to get more experience in running live science communication events, we want you! Applications close on 21 July.

The 2013 ASDC National Conference - 26 September 2013, Science Museum, London

Join leaders and professionals from across the UK Science Engagement Sector for the lively 2013 ASDC National Conference.

BBSRC Bioenergy Dialogue

Take part in a national conversation about bioenergy. BBSRC is running a public dialogue project and needs your help to run events. We have created a toolkit of resources to help you engage your local communities. We want to hear what hopes and concerns people have for bioenergy and we need you to get involved and run events this summer! This will help us have a broad range of public views and develop policies that respond to the hopes and concerns of the public. We can provide support to people wanting to run events. For more information see http://www.bbsrc.ac.uk/bioenergydialogue or email Marta Entradas at BBSRC 

Paid internship position at Graphic Science

  • Length: Six to ten weeks of living wage employment (full or part time) - Dates and arrangements can be made to fit around you and the academic year.
  • Graphic Science is based in the South West, between Bristol and Bath (please also note that we are in the middle of the countryside and inaccessible by public transport)
  • About the role:  “The work will be varied but will involve a combination of detailed research, blue skies creative thinking, play and occasional pub lunches.  We may ask you to scope out some radical new ideas for projects and activities. You will gain valuable experience and insights into the sci com world and make friends for life.” 
  • For further information, please get in touch directly with Ben Johnson at Graphic Science
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