SEB MAIN MEETING 2016, BRIGHTON CONFERENCE CENTRE
SUNDAY 3RD JULY, 10.30 – 15.30
MAKING SENSE OF YOUR SCIENCE
£27 including lunch
Making “Sense of Your Science” is a Career Workshop being held at the Brighton Conference Centre during the Society for Experimental Biology’s conference on Sunday 3rd July. This one-day event is being made available to local PhD students and postdocs and includes a panel of media professionals who will give you helpful advice about how to communicate your science to the media, as well as more general rules about how to present your science in writing and face-to-face. See below for more detail of the programme.
Sign up by 4pm, 27 June
Organised by Sarah Blackford and Jenny Sneddon (SEB+ Section)
10.30 – 12.30 Introduction to communication
Sarah Blackford (Head of Education and Public Affairs, SEB)
13.30 – 15.30 Getting your voice heard
Alun Anderson (science writer and former editor-in-chief, New Scientist), Claire Marriott (University of Brighton and ‘Voice of Young Science’ ambassador) and representatives of the media.
|10.30||Introduction to communication|
|11.00||Writing out it|
|11.45||Talking about it|
|13.30||Getting your voice heard
Panel and interactive discussion
Note for sign up:
Click on ‘New user registration’
Fill in your name and details then choose ‘career development’ in the boxes below, then click through to the next page and choose to register and then click on the Careers Day. Go through to payment, add your discount code CAREERS_16 and this will deduct the registration cost and your final fee will be £27.