The BSA are now accepting proposals for the British Science Festival 2019, hosted by the University of Warwick.
The British Science Festival is Europe’s longest standing science Festival, travelling to a different place in the United Kingdom each year. The Festival aims to connect people with scientists, engineers, technologists and social scientists. Each year, we bring an inspiring programme of free events to the public over four or five days, bursting with exciting opportunities to get involved in. Our talks, workshops and drop-in events span a diverse range of subjects that encompass science in the broadest sense, promising something for everyone. In 2018, the Festival came to Hull which buzzed with science enthusiasm as we, with our host, the University of Hull bought over 100 free events to the city. This year, yoga sessions, museum lates, lively discussions, and even a robot petting zoo graced Hull with their presence, and we can’t wait to see what the Festival will bring to our next destination. We will be in Coventry from 10-13 September 2019, hosted by the University of Warwick.
Opportunities to get involved
We will be accepting event proposals for the British Science Festival 2019 in Coventry shortly. Please find further details below.
Open Call for proposals
We’re looking for proposals from across the scientific spectrum and beyond. Festival content should be aimed at non-specialist adults (i.e. aged 16+) with a broad interest in science. We welcome and encourage creative formats and drop-in activities. We are now accepting proposals – see here.
Further information on submitting an event proposal for the British Science Festival can be found in the FAQs. If you have any queries please direct them here.
Proposal deadline: 18 February 2019
Award Lectures – are you, or do you know, a promising early career researcher?
Every year we ask for nominations for the seven Award Lectureships available to promising early career academics, skilled at engaging people with their research. These Award Lectures aim to promote open and informed discussion of science and related disciplines. The selected candidates will have the opportunity to present their winning Award Lecture at the 2019 Festival. We are know accepting proposals – see here.
More information, including the application process can be found here.