At the end of September, the Natural History Museum London hosted the Hall of FameLab 2014 event showcasing six of the best FameLab alumni from across the world. FameLab presents scientific topics such as how to train bees to sniff bombs and the neuroscience of sign-language, in understandable and engaging three-minute talks. No PowerPoint slides were allowed, so the scientists had to rely on their knowledge, enthusiasm and charisma. The event was streamed online and the video is now available to watch.
Interested in finding out more about FameLab? Read our latest blog from PhD student Fergus McAuliffe, winner of FameLab 2013 who explains how the competition opened doors to a career in science communication.
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