The international talent competition to find the best new talent in science communication.
Do you know FAMELAB?
FameLab is an exciting competition to find the new voices of science and engineering across the world.
It was started in 2005 in the UK by Cheltenham Science Festival, and has quickly become established as a diamond model for successfully identifying, training and mentoring scientists and engineers to share their enthusiasm for their subjects with the public.
Another list for your reading, gift-giving and collection development pleasure. Every year for the last bunch of years I've been linking to and posting about all the “year's best sciencey books” lists that appear in various media ...
When people think about how scientists can help them be better at sports, they're probably thinking about what cocktail of steroids they can take that won't show up on a urine test. The truth is actually way more legal.
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