If you’re a bioscience researcher at a UK university or institute and involved in science communication – apply for the Society of Biology Science Communication Awards.
The Awards are intended to reward outreach work carried out by both young scientists and established researchers to inform, enthuse and engage the public.
There are two categories of award:
- New Researcher Award (£750) – open to bioscience researchers currently reading for a Masters/PhD or in the first year of a post-doctoral position.
- Established Researcher Award (£1,500) – open to bioscience researchers who are beyond the first stages of their research career, as defined in the New Researcher category.
Read about 2014 winner Dr Kate McAllister on the Society of Biology blog and get your entries in to Karen Patel by 30th June 2015.
Reblogged this on Research and Funding Opportunities.
Comments are closed.