Calling all researchers, FameLab is back!

FameLab is the world’s leading science communication competition, created by Cheltenham Festivals and co-produced by the British Council. FameLab is looking for passionate STEM researchers with a flair for public engagement to compete in the 2018 round.

Since coming to Australia in 2014, over 160 early-career researchers have gone through FameLab’s expert training and presented their research on stage, entertaining thousands with their fascinating stories of science. Some of Australia’s most impressive early-career researchers have presented their work on stage in their quest to become FameLab champion. This year, it could be you!

The competition offers comprehensive sci-comm training and access to a global network of like-minded peers. What’s more, if you’re selected as the winner of FameLab Australia, you could win $1,000 and find yourself travelling to the UK to represent Australia at the FameLab International finals!

f you want to improve your communication and presentation skills, and WIN $1,000 cash prize plus an expenses-paid trip to the UK, enter now. Applications close 16 February 2018.

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