The Royal Society - Summer Science Exhibition and Scientific Programme
The Royal Society is inviting proposals from UK based scientists for two of its most prestigious activities: the Summer Science Exhibition and the Scientific Programme.
Summer Science Exhibition
The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition is an excellent opportunity to showcase cutting-edge research to members of the public, school students, policy makers, MPs and funding bodies; as well as the wider scientific community. It is expected that the 2016 exhibition will be attended by 12,000 visitors with a further 100,000 visits online. Previous years have garnered widespread media interest and it is an ideal way to bring research to a wider audience.
The deadline for proposals to exhibit at the 2016 Exhibition is 21 September 2015.
There is further information on how to make a submission online
The Royal Society Scientific Programme offers a unique opportunity for you to demonstrate scientific leadership and vision by running an interdisciplinary international conference, as part of a regular calendar of events at the Royal Society in London or at the Kavli Royal Society Centre.
Responding to the needs of the scientific community through an open call, proposing a Royal Society scientific meeting will allow you to influence the agenda in your area.
The deadline for proposals is 30 September 2015.
More information on how to make a submission can be found online
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