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SciBar Event Speakers

At Didsbury SciBar, we are looking for individuals or groups in a specialist STEM field who would like to share their experience and promote a subject to a wider audience. If you are a scientist, researcher, academic or passionate volunteer who would like to speak at one of our our established monthly events, either in-person at our Manchester venue or online please get in touch – we’d love to hear from you and hopefully schedule you into our calendar - https://didsburyscibar.co.uk/speak/

Science Week at Primary school in Victoria London

Primary school in Victoria seeking engaging, enthusiastic speakers/practical workshops/presenters for (mainly )British Science Week but also other times in the year- assemblies, talks, workshops welcome. If you have experience in STEM, we would love to hear from you!

Earth Science Talks and Podcasts

At the Jurassic Coast Trust, we aim to engage as many people as possible with the magnificent Earth Science stories from the Dorset & East Devon World Heritage Site, England's only natural World Heritage Site. We are currently seeking speakers for a series of online talks to our members (and beyond) on Earth Science related topics. This could be an area of research relating to palaeontology or Geology, even better if relating to the Jurassic Coast too.

Inspiring STEM Careers: a Year 9+ Conference - RAF Museum London

RAF Museum London is hosting a FREE Inspiring Careers Conference for Year 9-12 students. The day focuses on STEM careers, including Teamwork Challenges, Career Stands, Speaker Panels, and Q&As. We are looking for a Keynote Speaker for a 45-minute slot at 10.15. Your talk should cover your route into STEM, inspiring the students with your story and the possibilities and opportunities of STEM careers, and a Q&A session. Speaker Fee - £200 (+reasonable travel fees reimbursed)

Student Conference

We are hoping to run a student conference for Y10 students. We are looking for a fun presenter that will do demonstrations and engage students in a topic from the GCSE Science syllabus. This could be science of fireworks, music etc