The Association for Science Education

Events

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Upcoming events

Competition: Bill Bryson Prize 2015
22nd January to 31st March 2015

The Bill Bryson Prize is a creative science communication competition. It is open to students around the world from ages 5–18. The Prize for complements the Personal Learning and Thinking Skills framework. Whether through verbal, written and pictorial assessments, communication forms an integral part of student learning.

Brighton Science Festival
5th February to 1st March 2015

Brighton Science Festival returns for its tenth year to prove there's a lot more to science than test tubes and prime numbers. Prepare to unleash your curiosity as science comes roaring out of the lab and into the city of Brighton & Hove for a month of hands-on demonstrations, engaging talks and live experiments.

Institute of Physics - Environmental Physics Essay Competition
28th February 2015

The Environmental Physics Group runs an annual essay competition to recognise excellence in communicating the significance, value and rewarding nature of engaging with environmental physics. Entries can cover any aspect of environmental physics. Great prizes available. Enter before 28 February 2015.

Biology Challenge 2015
2nd to 27th March 2015

Biology Challenge is brought to you by the Society of Biology and is open to students aged 13 - 15 years old. It will take place in schools from 2nd - 27th March 2015.

Big Bang Science Fair 2015
11th to 14th March 2015

The Big Bang Fair offers a unique, interactive opportunity for your students to understand - first hand - how they can make an impact on the world. Find out more. Plus don't miss a special live lesson webcast from the BBC.