The search is on for the new voices of science communication!
The Museum of Science and Industry is hosting heats of FameLab, the UK’s biggest competition to discover new talent to engage the public in science, engineering, technology and maths (STEM).
Do you think you can intrigue, entertain and explain a STEM concept in just three minutes? If you are thinking about taking part in FameLab 2016 or if you just want to come and give it a try, join us for a free training and taster session at Museum of Science and Industry on Tuesday 26 January at either 10:30 or 14:00.
Discover how to engage your audience in just three minutes, find out what the FameLab judges are looking for and hear top tips from a FameLab regional final winner. Bring your own ideas, test your presentation skills and get feedback from our experienced science communicators to help prepare for the FameLab heats.
Register for the taster and training session here:
And if you decide Famelab is for you, the Manchester Heats are taking place: 2 February 2016 at the The Museum of Science and Industry. Find out more here: http://msimanchester.org.uk/whats-on/exhibition/famelab
Posted by Dee-Ann Johnson, The University of Manchester
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