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FameLab – Aberdeen Heats

FameLab – Aberdeen Heats

FameLab is a global competition which aims to find the very best communicators of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Over 20 countries now compete and this is your chance to be involved!

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We are looking for people passionate about STEM to come along and compete in the Aberdeen heats for a chance to go forward to the Scottish final*. You’ll have three minutes and only what you can carry with you to explain a STEM concept.

Those successful at the Scottish final will go through to the UK final and be given a special Masterclass training trip.

We will be providing free training to help you hone your science communication skills and perfect your 3 minutes.

The heats will be open to a public audience so you can bring your family and friends for support!

More information on FameLab can be found here (http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/about/famelab/)

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Dates & Times

  • TUESDAY 8th DECEMBER 1600 – 1800: Training session (with a drop in information session running between 1800 – 1900)
  • SATURDAY 12th DECEMBER 1200 – 1400: Aberdeen Heat

Venue

Both training and heats will take place at Satrosphere Science Centre, 179 Constitution Street, Aberdeen, AB24 5TU. Free car parking is available.

To book a place at the training session please email sonia.watson@nullsatrosphere.net using “FameLab” in the subject line.

Note to take part in the heat you must also register at with FameLab: http://www.cheltenhamfestivals.com/about/famelab/famelab-uk-2/registration/

 

*Eligibility

To compete you must be:

  • Over 21 years of age
  • Working or studying in science, technology, engineering or maths
  • Not working in a professional science communication role
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