General Cafe Sci news. See individual cafe pages for more details of their activities.

August Science Cafe Review

The August Science Cafe Review is now available. This issue has articles on cafe sci in Ugandan schools and in Mexico.

July Science Cafe review

The second Science Cafe Review is now available. This time, it includes articles on cafes for teenagers in the USA and a development of cafe scientifique in Brazil.

 

Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

rs sse

2-7 July, 2013

The Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition showcases some of the most innovative, cutting-edge science and technology from around the UK. Experience science first hand by trying out experiments for yourself and be inspired by the research shaping our future. With more than twenty exhibits to explore, discover the science behind printing replacement organs for transplant, the future of solar fuels and the Big Bang.

A full programme of free talks, panel discussions and family events is running throughout the week. 

The Royal Society,

6-9 Carlton House Terrace,

London,

SW1Y 5AG

Tel: 0207 451 2244

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Science Cafe Review

The first issue of the new Science Cafe Review is now available. 

Edited by Duncan Dallas (Leeds Chapel Allerton cafe and godfather of cafe scientifique), the Review aims to be a forum for organisers to share their experiences of cafe sci.

This first issue has pieces on cafes as crowdsourcing and experiences of starting cafes in Hong Kong and Bournemouth, UK.

Keen to learn more about science communication?

The Science Communication Unit at UWE, Bristol, UK is recruiting for its popular MSc Science Communication course. Since 2003, the Unit has pooled its members' expertise, resources and contacts to deliver a Masters programme that offers excellent professional development opportunities for those already working as science communicators or aiming to move into the field. With opportunities to combine study with work, placements and a project hosted by an organisation in the field, the MSc attracts students from around the globe.

The Unit also offers an increasingly popular Postgraduate Certificate option for those who have already carried out postgraduate study and are looking for a shorter commitment.

To find out more about the programmes, see a Flickr gallery, discover more details of graduates' destinations after study or read about the Unit's latest projects visit the Unit's website, email the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone +44 (0)117 32 82146.