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FameLab Returns – Could you be the next Champion Science Communicator?

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27 February 2019

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3.00pm and 5.00pm

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University of Hull

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The search is on for the new voices of science communication!

The University of Hull is hosting heats of FameLab, the UK’s biggest communications competition to discover new talent to engage and entertain the public in breaking down science, engineering, technology and maths concepts into three-minute talks.


The University of Hull is hosting heats of FameLab, the UK’s biggest communications competition to discover new talent to engage and entertain the public in breaking down science, engineering, technology and maths concepts into three-minute talks.
 
Do you enjoy coming up with innovative ways of explaining science? Do you want to get more experience in delivering to a public audience? Are you looking for a new way to challenge yourself or gain new skills?  Then look no further, as FameLab returns to Hull on the 27th February 2019.
 
This is an ideal opportunity for anyone interested in a career in science communication and/or to simply try something new.  You will also have the chance to attend professional Science Communication Masterclasses and represent the UK at the International Finals at the Cheltenham Science Festival.
 
Find out more and sign up at the FameLab site or contact Science.Outreach@Hull.ac.uk for more information.
 
Why not check out some of our previous Hull Finalists: Dr Kat Sanders (2017 Hull Finalist), Dr Joanne Parry (2017 Wildcard Finalist), Dr Maneesh Kuruvilla (2016 Hull Finalist), Phil Bell-Young (2014 UK Finalist).


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