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Summer Intern

We’re looking for an interested and interesting person to join our team for 6-10 weeks over the summer.

May #SciCommLit – science online

This month we have moved #SciCommLit to a lunchtime. The next discussion will take place from 12pm-2pm on Monday 12 May and will again be looking at the Public Attitudes to Science 2014 report. This time we’ll be tackling chapter 5 Discussing science in a digital age.

#SciCommLit – 8pm, 7th April – PAS

For this month’s #SciCommLit, we’re going to be looking at the Public Attitudes to Science 2014 report – http://t.co/P2VcEoOuuv. We’ve decided to focus on section 6.3 (p87) Trust in scientists. Since it’s such a big juicy tome, we’re planning to look at other chapters in future #SciCommLit sessions.

March #SciCommLit – WT Monitor

The next Science Communication Grey Literature Club will take place from 8pm-9pm on Monday 3rd March when we’ll be discussing the Wellcome Trust Monitor Join in using the hashtag #SciCommLit We’ve storified January’s discussion on the Bodmer report here.

First SciComm Grey Literature Club

As promised, the first science communication grey literature twitter club will take place on Wednesday 22nd January 8pm-9pm and we’ll be looking at the Bodmer Report: http://royalsociety.org/uploadedFiles/Royal_Society_Content/policy/publications/1985/10700.pdf . Join in using #SciCommLit. Find out what inspired us to do this here: http://www.graphicscience.co.uk/gs_projects/science-communication-literature-club/

Hello, goodbye

It’s all change on the STEM team as we say goodbye to one of the team and hello to a new face!

School selected as EEP pilot school.

Beechen Cliff School in Bath is one of twenty-five schools across the country who have been chosen to receive free LEGO® MINDSTORMS® resources worth £3,000, as part of the Elite Engineering Programme (EEP). 

Impact of STEMNET’s Programmes

Results from the first year of the evaluation of STEMNET’s programmes run by the National Foundation for Educational Research have been published

Prize draw winners

Congratulations to the following schools for winning £75 towards their STEM enrichment activities by taking part in our STEM club survey

Welcomes and Farewells…

Goodbye and good luck to our Gloucestershire STEM Manager Anne as she leaves us embark on a new career as a midwife and very best wishes to Claire as she heads off on maternity leave. Joining us in their places are Liz Lister, managing Bristol, Bath & Somerset STEM Ambassadors and Caroline John who’ll be […]

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