Exhibit at the Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
Take advantage of the great opportunity to raise the profile of your research at the 2014 Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition.
Applications are now being accepted for proposals to exhibit at the Exhibition, which draws in over 10,000 members of the public and 2,000 schoolchildren every year. An even wider audience is reached through television, press and online coverage.
The exhibition provides a unique opportunity to bring your research to the attention of key influencers, potential funders, the government and the public.
Exhibitors are responsible for designing their own stand, which should be engaging to a non-scientific visitor and include interactive activities. Most exhibits are a standard size of 3m x 3m, or 4m x 2m. The Royal Society can advise those setting up a stand and help with basic equipment hire, such as poster boards, tables, and chairs.
The closing date for applying to exhibit is 23 September 2013.
For more information, see the Royal Society website.
NB. Annette Caplan (34091) should be notified of any successful applications so that discussions can take place on how the University could assist exhibitors.Posted in: Research and innovationUniversity news