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2017
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January
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05/01/2017ASE Annual ConferenceConferenceThe Association for Science EducationUKReading“Lectures are given by science researchers to share their work with our audience of science educators”
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06/01/2017ASE Annual ConferenceConferenceThe Association for Science EducationUKReading“Lectures are given by science researchers to share their work with our audience of science educators”
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07/01/2017ASE Annual ConferenceConferenceThe Association for Science EducationUKReading“Lectures are given by science researchers to share their work with our audience of science educators”
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Knight-Risser Prize opens for entriesJournalism competitionStandford UniversityUSACalifornia"Prize is given for journalism in any media best illuminates as environmental issue in western Cananda, the United States, or Mexico".
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Yves O. Fortier Earth Science Journalism AwardCompetitionGeological Association of CanadaCanadaOnline"Award recognizing a journalist in a journalistic presentation of earth science in the newsprint media".
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11/01/2017The Little EventBurmingham
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31/01/2017NASA Poop Challenge winners announcedScience competitionNASAUSA
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February
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08/02/2017Keck Futures InitiativeNational Academy of SciencesUSA
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11/02/2017Brighton Science FestivalScience festivalUniversity of SussexUKBrighton"A family fun science festival for all ages for parents and children to play, experiment, discover and share the science experience, but mostly for 12-14 year old students." Event from 11 Feb -25 Feb 2017.
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13/02/2017SMASHfestUKScience festivalSMASHfestUKUKLondon"Free festival for all ages featuring comedy and variety shows, interactive installations, music, film, participatory art and engineering, experiments and theatre, it explores science, technology, engineering and maths through the arts and design." Runs from 11 -13 February 2017.
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18/02/2017Maps without Borders: Stories of Civic Science in ActionStorytelling ExhibitionDITOsUKLondon"This storytelling exhibition showcases powerful aerial maps created by citizens using kites, balloons, and point-and-shoot cameras. We explore how people around the world are harnessing the power of Do-It-Yourself techniques to address local environmental, social and political matters."
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18/02/201720th Annual Salmon BowlScience competitionOregon State UniversityUSAOregon"Salmon Bowl is academic science bowl with an ocean science twist. High school students from all over Oregon and Idaho come to compete, test their ocean know-how, and earn some serious bragging rights - for the win!"
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24/02/2017Soapbox Science closes for application entriesScience outreach"A novel public outreach platform for promoting women scientists and their scientific work."
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March
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01/03/2017Wellcome Image Awards winners announcedImage competitionWellcomeUKInternet(Recognising the creators of the most informative, striking and technically excellent images that communicate significant aspects of biomedical science).
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03/03/2017STARTS Prize open call endsScience competitionEuropean CommissionUKLinz"Prize to select the most pioneering collaborations and results in the field of creativity and innovation at the crossings of science and technology with the arts."
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05/03/2017Dunbar SciFest 2017Science festivalDunbar SciFestUKDunbarScience festival for the general public showcasing workshos, shows and storytellings.
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06/03/2017Dunbar SciFest 2017Science festivalDunbar SciFestUKDunbarScience festival for the general public showcasing workshos, shows and storytellings.
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15/03/2017Knight-Risser Prize closes for entriesJournalism competitionStandford UniversityUSACalifornia"Prize is given for journalism in any media best illuminates as environmental issue in western Cananda, the United States, or Mexico".
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15/03/2017Big Bang Fair 2017 registration openScience festivalNECUKBurmingham"The largest celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) for young people in the UK". Runs from 15-18 March 2017.
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21/03/2017Mediomix Scicomm Boost 2017Scicomm workshopMediomixGermanyCologneA scicomm boost providing creative science writing workshop (21-22 March 2017) and scientific visual storytelling workshop (23-24 March 2017) for graduate students, PIs, PR officers, social media and marketing specialists.
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23/03/2017LA County Science & Engineering Fair Science festivalSpaceXUSALos Angeles"A science fair for students enrolled in the Los Angeles County public and private schools." Runs from 23-26 March 2017.
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29/03/2017Athens Science FestivalScience festivalSciCoGreeceAthens"The biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece to explore science in fun, innovative and interactive ways. Held from 29 March - 2 April 2017."
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31/03/2017Science Writing Awards in Acoustics calls for entriesScience competitionAcoustical Society of AmericaUSANew Orleans, LA"Entries may be newspaper or magazine articles, TV or radio broadcasts, books, or websites that were published, broadcast, printed, or posted between 1 January 2015 and 31 December 2016.
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April
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01/04/2017Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience festivalHeld from 1-16 April 2017.
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03/04/2017GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium reports and presentations dueWorld wide science fairGLOBE programUSAOnline"Students learn the practices of sciences through hands-on investigations in their communities, sparking curiosity and interest in science."
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27/04/2017ASM Agar Art 2017 submission deadlineAgar art competitionAmerican Society for MicrobiologyUSAOnlineAgar art competition to capture the attention of the general public.
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May
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15/05/2017GLOBE International Virtual Science Symposium scores and badges announcedWorld wide science fairGLOBE programUSAOnline"Students learn to practice science through hands-on investigations in their communities, to spark their curiosity and interest in science."
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24/05/2017Narrating Science: The Power of Stories in the 21st CenturyScience conferenceFiction Meets ScienceTorontoUniversity of GuelphHeld from May 24-27, 2017. "Three day discussions and reading about science and their joys, insights and repercussions with scientists, science writers, novelists and scholars."
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29-30/05/2017Public Awareness of Research Infrastructures
Science Communications Workshop
MLZ, ERF, ESO, EIRO-ForumGermanyGarching near MunichHands-on forum for communication officers and PR to share their experiences and expertise. Participants will return home with new ideas for their work, by learning how and with which means other research institutions are communicating the importance of science and of research infrastructures to society.
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June
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17/06/2017MRC Festival Medical Research FestivalMedical Research CouncilUKCambridge"A family-friendly hands-on activities, tours of our world-class laboratories and facilities, fascinating talks and the opportunity to talk to our scientists about their cutting-edge research. Raises public awareness and importance of medical research in society." Runs from 17-25 June 2017.
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29/06/2017Lancashire Science FestivalScience FestivalUKLanchashire
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30/06/2017Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE) competition submission dueScience competitionImaginary Open Mathematics(An initiaitive of mathematical sciences organizations around the world designed to showcase ways in which mathematical sciences can be useful in tackling our world's problems).
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July
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03/07/2017Schools Sustainability ChallengeVideo competitionTrust for Sustainable LivingUKOnline"Participating schools are invited to create a short (3 minute) video showcasing their best sustainability-related projects."
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03/07/2017International schools essay competition and debate climate actionGlobal essay competitionTrust for Sustainable LivingUKOnline"School children around the world are invited to write open letters to the newly-elected UN Secretary General, outlining their ideas for practical climate action in this global essay competition."
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August
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17/08/2017Einstein's Garden Science Stalls 2017Science festivalGreen ManUKWales"Einstein’s Garden is Green Man festival’s area of science and nature where art and science collide to bring an exciting and unique line up of performances, workshops and installations that use creativity, play and participation to engage people with science and research in unexpected ways. Runs from 17 -20 August 2017.
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September
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10/09//201714th International Conference of Mathematics Education for the Future ProjectHungary
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MASS ConferenceScience conference"Science teaching community to participate in the education conference 'Motivate and Attract Students to Science' to share ideas and enhance motivation of students for STEM"
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GLOBE at My School Picture Contest deadlinePhoto contestGLOBE programUSAOnline
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21/09//2017ScienceComm 2017
Science communication conference
Landhaus, Solothurn21 Sept - 22 Sept 2017.
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26/09/2017Youth Grand Challenge CREST competition closesSTEM competition"A STEM Competition aims at ages 11-19 to see how science and technology can by deployed to tackle global health issues."
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30/09//2017European Researcher's Night: exploring science whilst having funScience meet
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October
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26/10/2017World Conference of Science JournalistsScience conferenceNational Association of Science WritersUSASan Francisco, CA"The 10th World Conference of Science Journalists brings 1,200 journalists from around the world to San Francisco for professional workshops and science programs." Runs from 26-30 October 2017.
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November
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15/11/2017Science Centre World Summit 2017Science conferenceSCWSJapanTokyo"A global meeting of professionals of science centres/museums and their networks from around the world." Held from 15-17 November 2017.
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December
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2018National Insect Week
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Passed events
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March 2016
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03/03/2016Final in Chemistry World's science communication competitionSciComm competitionChemistry WorldUKLondonA competition of communication skills about science in 10 minutes.
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17/03/2016#RSCAnalyticalPosterScience meetingRoyal Society of ChemistryUKInternetThe Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Science Twitter Poster Conference is an online event being held entirely over Twitter.
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26/03/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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27/03/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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28/03/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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29/03/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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30/03/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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31/03/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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April 2016
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01/04/2016SciArt Nanolab Summer Institute application dueSummer programArtSci Center, California Nanosystem Institute, Department of Design Media Arts at UCLAUSALos Angeles(A 2 week program for high school students to make connections between cutting edge scientific research, popular culture and contemporary arts).
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01/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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02/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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03/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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04/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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05/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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05/04/2016Athens Science FestivalScience FestivalAthens Science FestivalGRAthens“Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece.”
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06/04/2016Athens Science FestivalScience FestivalAthens Science FestivalGRAthens“Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece.”
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06/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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06/04/2016Science SlamScience Slamscienceslam.deDEHamburgScientists communicate research on stage and are judged by audience.
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06/04/2016Science SlamScience Slamscienceslam.deDEKarlsruheScientists communicate research on stage and are judged by audience.
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07/04/2016Athens Science FestivalScience FestivalAthens Science FestivalGRAthens“Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece.”
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07/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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08/04/2016Athens Science FestivalScience FestivalAthens Science FestivalGRAthens“Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece.”
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08/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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08/04/2016Science Communication Competition closes for entries.SciComm competitionBiochemical Society, UKA SciComm competition open to students who is able to communicate a biomolecular topic to the general public using an article or a video.
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08/04/2016Research as Art Competition closes for entriesArt competitionSwansea University Research ForumUKSwanseaA Research as Art competition open to researchers from all backgrounds to portray an image and description of their research to the world.
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09/04/2016Athens Science FestivalScience FestivalAthens Science FestivalGRAthens“Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece.”
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09/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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10/04/2016Athens Science FestivalScience FestivalAthens Science FestivalGRAthens“Since its first organisation in 2014, the Athens Science Festival managed to establish itself as one of the biggest celebrations of science and technology in Greece.”
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10/04/2016Edinburgh International Science FestivalScience FestivalEdinburgh International Science FestivalUKEdinburgh“Annual Science Festival: the world’s first public celebration of science and technology and still one of Europe’s largest.”
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10/04/2016Crastina Science Haiku Competition submission dueSciComm competitionScientia CrastinaSwedenInternet(Describe your research or studies in the STEMM field in the form of a haiku).
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12/04/2016Film and Science FestivalFilm FestivalInstitut Francias AmsterdamNetherlands
Amsterdam and Groningen
"The French Embassy to the Netherlands and the Institut Francais are organizing the 6th edition of the Film&Science Festival, which will be held from April 12th until April 15th in Amsterdam and Groningen."
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13/04/2016Forum för forskningskommunikation 2016ConferenceVinnovaSEGöteborgAn annual conference for Swedish science communicators.
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13/04/2016VetenskapsfestivalenScience festivalSwedish Research Council & othersSEGöteborg“One of Europe’s leading popular science events and the only one of its kind in Sweden.”
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13/04/2016White House Science FairScience FairThe White HouseUSAWashington DC(Features science projects and experiments from America's most innovative students).
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14/04/2016Science SlamScience Slamscienceslam.deDEBerlin Scientists communicate research on stage and are judged by audience.
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