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Science Communication Slam

Ever get asked by your family or friends, what is your research about? Struggle to get them to understand? This is more common than you think and is a super good indicator that you’re ready to work on your science communication skills!

Unlock the power of your scientific voice at our Science Communication Slam! Join us for dynamic training sessions throughout May that provide a crash course in effective science communication. Choose from a menu of options and build yourself your own learning pathway, based on what you need.

Creating An International Voice for Science, In Conversation with Professor Sir Richard Catlow

Join us for an inspiring webinar featuring Professor Sir Richard Catlow, a distinguished figure in the world of chemistry. In this engaging session, Professor Catlow will share his insights and experiences on the vital topic of creating an international voice for science.

Throughout his career, Professor Catlow has championed collaboration and dialogue across borders, recognizing the importance of a global perspective in addressing global development challenges. He has held many senior academic positions including Director of the Davy Faraday Laboratory of the Royal Institution, Chair of Chemistry and Dean of the Faculty of Mathematical and Physical Sciences also at UCL. He was also the 2021-2022 co-president of the InterAcademy Partnership (IAP), a Fellow of the International Science Council, a Fellow of the Learned Society of Wales and of the Leopoldina – the German National Science Academy, and the former Foreign Secretary and Vice President of the Royal Society. His long-standing and wide-ranging contribution to the discipline was recognised in 2020 when he was Knighted in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.

During the webinar, Professor Catlow will delve into the importance of fostering international partnerships and cooperation in scientific research. Drawing from his experiences at prestigious institutions and collaborations around the world, he will offer valuable insights into how students and future scientists can work together to tackle complex issues facing our world today.

Whether you're a student, researcher, educator, or simply curious about the role of science in a global context, this webinar promises to be an enlightening and thought-provoking experience. Join us as we explore the power of collaboration and communication in driving scientific progress on an international scale.

Don't miss this opportunity to engage with Professor Catlow and gain valuable perspectives on shaping the future of science. Register now to secure your spot!


Make sure to check out our other events happening all throughout the month of May by checking out our event page here

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