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Jury member interview #1: Sam Illingworth, SciCommer and science poet

On Thursday, 18 July, the winners of the Science Haiku Competition 2019 will be announced. In this lightning blog series, we asked our jury members to share their impressions of this year’s entries; stay tuned for more! Dr. Sam Illingworth…
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The Crastina International Science Haiku Competition 2019

We are happy to announce The Crastina science haiku competition! The challenge is to describe your research, alternatively your work or studies in the STEMM field, in the form of a haiku.

The Little Book of Neuroscience Haiku – an educational book about the brain

Dr. Eric Chudler, a neuroscientist from the University of Washington, has been engaged in outreach activities for many years, targeting adults, students, and children. His Little Book of Neuroscience Haiku represents a unique way of conveying…

The Crastina Science Haiku Competition 2017

We are happy to announce The Crastina science haiku competition! The challenge is to describe your research, alternatively your work or studies in the STEMM field, in the form of a haiku.

Kelley Swain, Poet-in-Residence in Oxford: “I will never become bored with writing poetry about natural history”

During 2016, Kelley Swain has been one of three poets in residence at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. “It’s a safe bet that poets will be interested in being ‘in residence’ at your institution,” she says.  The…