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Wednesday 26th March 2014, Natural History Museum, London
The AHRC Science in Culture Theme Ignite event will take place in the afternoon of 26th March 2014 (14.00- 18.00) at the Natural History Museum in London. The event will showcase the best of current interdisciplinary research across the Arts, Humanities and Science. The event will provide an opportunity for Early Career Researchers to demonstrate the excitement of cutting edge research that crosses traditional disciplinary boundaries. It is a chance to show the viability of reciprocal research collaborations under the Science in Culture Theme.
Who can attend?
The event is open to a general public audience interested in finding out more about research which crosses disciplinary boundaries in the Arts, Humanities and Sciences. Talks will relate to the aims of the AHRC Science in Culture Theme. The Theme is committed to encouraging mutual exchange and research collaboration between those working in Arts, Humanities and Sciences which is potentially transformative of each discipline.
How will it work?
This is a Science in Culture Theme Ignite event. Ignite is a unique format concerned with communicating complex ideas in a clear and engaging style. Speakers are given 5 minutes to talk about their ideas accompanied by 20 slides which are operated automatically. After 5 minutes, it’s on to the next speaker. The evening will conclude with a networking reception. The event will be open to the public as well as attracting an invited audience of journalists, academics and cultural professionals.
The deadline for applications to take part in the Science in Culture Ignite was Monday 17th February 2014. Applications to speak at the AHRC Science in CultureTheme Ignite event are now closed.
However you can still register to attend the event which will take place on 26th March 2014 at the Natural History Museum from 2.00 to 6.00pm. Free tickets are available via Eventbrite
Further information about the Science in Culture Ignite event is available to download here [PDF]
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