Society of Biology Science Communication Awards (UK)
Annual competition that reward outreach work by both young scientists and established researchers.
The big one! Annual, international communications competition where scientists, mathematicians and engineers convey a scientific concept in no more than 3 minutes.
The Flame Challenge (INT)
“The Flame Challenge is an international competition where scientists answer the question in a way that is most appropriate for 11-year-olds. Entries will be judged by thousands of 5th and 6th grade schoolchildren around the world.”
I’m A …, Get Me Out of Here!
- I’m A Scientist (UK)
- I’m An Engineer (UK)
- I’m A Scientist (Ireland)
- I’m A Scientist (USA)
- I’m A Geoscientist (EU)
Forskar Grand Prix (SE)
Forsker grand prix (NO)
Three Minute Thesis (INT)
“Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) celebrates the exciting research conducted by PhD students. Developed by The University of Queensland, the exercise cultivates students’ academic, presentation, and research communication skills. The competition supports their capacity to effectively explain their research in three minutes, in a language appropriate to a non-specialist audience.”
The Wellcome Trust Science Writing Prize (UK)
Yearly science festivals
Danish Science Week (DK)
Sound of science (BE)
Live science, live music.
Fête de la Science (FR)
International Science Festival (SE)
Lower Silesian Science Festival (PL)
National Week of Science and Technology (Portugal)
Norwegian Science Week (NO)
Science Festival (Luxemburg)
Science Week in Catalonia
Pint of Science
Pint of Science brings scientists to discuss their latest research with you. Come and have a drink with them.
Student’s scientific conferences
By students, for students.
International Congress of Medical Sciences for students & young doctors
European Students Conference
International Student Congress of (bio)Medical Sciences
Student’ Science Conference
Global Students’ Conference of Biomedical Sciences in Belgrade
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