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Best of luck for the future, James!

James Piercy, the head of science made simple East in Norwich, is leaving science made simple for new adventures in public engagement. We are really going to miss him but we are also really excited for him in his new

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BIG Event 2017

By Becca Smithers From 19th-21st July science communicators from the UK and beyond gathered at the Centre for Life in Newcastle to attend the BIG Event, a conference for STEM communicators. Not only would I be attending BIG Event 2017, I

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Poppy presents…15th Birthday Celebrations!

Here at science made simple, we love sharing our passion for science, and helping others who wish to do the same! This blog post is written by the recent winner of out secondary category video competition, Poppy Oxberry. science made simple

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Making Science Simple: Video Competition Finalists

We are delighted to announce the finalists for our “Making Science Simple Video Competition.” We had absolutely fantastic entries and have been inspired by the amazing talent out there. There are three videos in each category, listed below then scroll

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Wendy receives an MBE!

We are absolutely DELIGHTED to announce that science made simple‘s founding director, Wendy Sadler, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. Wendy started the company in 2002 with a mission to inspire the next generation of

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Video Competition: Making Science Simple!

I weld y dudalen yma yn Gymraeg, cliciwch yma os gwelwch yn dda science made simple, is delighted to announce our first ever science video competition to make science simple! To celebrate our 15th birthday this year, we are inviting you

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Pint of Science Festival, Cardiff 15th – 17th May 2017

Do you have a passion for science?  And a passion for pints?  How do you fancy combining the two? Grab yourself a pint and join world leading researchers from Cardiff University! The UK’s largest science festival, Pint of Science, is

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We have lots of subsidised shows and workshops for primary schools in Wales for 2017!

We are pleased to announce that we have lots of highly subsidised shows and workshops for Primary schools in Wales for 2017! Thanks to funding from the National Science Academy! We have two subsidised projects with funding for Primary schools

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When Emma met Tim Peake

By Emma Wride On Thursday 13th October, Tim Peake flew from Houston to Cardiff to start his 10 day UK post-flight tour. Techniquest were delighted to be the first stop on his tour, inviting members of science centres, universities and even some

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MURFI Rover Trial: UK scientists prepare to drive rovers on Mars

By Leanne Gunn The popularity of science fiction films and books shows us that there is something very exciting about exploring other worlds and planets. For many people this stops at fiction, however, for planetary scientists, like Dr Matthew Balme and

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