Communication of Science/Science writing

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*PCST-10 conference Bridges to the future
Malmö, Sweden
25 Jun 2008 - 27 Jun 2008
The conference will gather researchers, science journalists, science centers and museums staff, publishers and other science communication professionals from all over the world - all interested in Public Communication of Science and Technology..

*2008 National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference
Costa Mesa, California, United States
25 Jun 2008 - 28 Jun 2008
Increasing Awareness and Understanding of Agriculture Among California's Educators and Students.

*International Conference in Trends for Scientific Information Professionals
Sitges (Barcelona), Spain
21 Oct 2007 - 24 Oct 2007
No.1 for Networking : No.1 for Trends.

*9th Annual Agricultural Media Summit
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
28 Jul 2007 - 1 Aug 2007
here's no better way to meet with hundreds of editors, designers, photographers, publishers and other ag communications professionals and share what`s new about your company's products and services..

*2nd International Conference on Interdisciplinary Social Sciences
Granada, Spain
10 Jul 2007 - 13 Jul 2007
The conference will address interdisciplinary practices across the social sciences, and between the social sciences and the natural sciences, applied sciences and the professions..

*4th World Environmental Education Congress 2007
Durban, South Africa
2 Jul 2007 - 6 Jul 2007
LEARNING IN A CHANGING WORLD n this world of dynamic social, economic and environmental influences, the challenge that faces all practitioners in all spheres of development and governance is not only what to teach but also how to effect learning..

* "Genomics from Mendel to Microchips"
Davis, CA, United States
8 Jul 2007 - 13 Jul 2007
This 5-day course is designed to introduce secondary teachers to genomics and provide hands-on biotechnology and genomics activities for the classroom..

*Biotechnology Summer Workshops - Biotechnology Education Workshop II – Advanced Workshop for Science, Agriculture, and Family
Ames, Iowa, United States
9 Jul 2007 - 12 Jul 2007
The 2007 summer workshops offered by the Office of Biotechnology at Iowa State University are designed especially for educators in public or private schools or those who work with youth in 4-H or other community programs..

*Summer Institute In Bioinformatics
Pittsburgh, PA, United States
9 Jul 2007 - 20 Jul 2007
The Summer Institute has the goal of preparing the participants to teach bioinformatics courses at their local campuses..

*World Conference on Science & Technology Education
Perth, Australia
8 Jul 2007 - 12 Jul 2007
Themes: Education for sustainable development, as part of the UNESCO World Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2005-2015); World health (including AIDS, malaria, other diseases and health challenges such as clean water) etc..

* NACTA 2007 conference
Urbana-Champaign, United States
20 Jun 2007 - 22 Jun 2007
The theme of this year's conference is "The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.".

*Biotechnology Summer Workshops - Biotechnology Education Workshop I for Agriculture Educators and Family and Consumer Science
Ames, Iowa, United States
27 Jun 2007 - 29 Jun 2007
The 2007 summer workshops offered by the Office of Biotechnology at Iowa State University are designed especially for educators in public or private schools or those who work with youth in 4-H or other community programs..

* Biotechnology Summer Workshops - Biotechnology Education Workshop I for Science Educators
Ames, Iowa, United States
11 Jun 2007 - 14 Jun 2007
The 2007 summer workshops offered by the Office of Biotechnology at Iowa State University are designed especially for educators in public or private schools or those who work with youth in 4-H or other community programs..

*Biotechnology Summer Workshops - Bioethics Workshop I
Ames, Iowa, United States
18 Jun 2007 - 20 Jun 2007
The 2007 summer workshops offered by the Office of Biotechnology at Iowa State University are designed especially for educators in public or private schools or those who work with youth in 4-H or other community programs..

*2007 AITC National Conference
New Orleans, United States
6 Jun 2007 - 9 Jun 2007
An incredible opportunity to network with other educators who use agriculture as a tool in their classrooms. Many attending the conference already have put AITC to work for them and are excited to share their stories. Don't miss it!.

*Effective Writing & Presenting for Biomedical Professionals
Oxford, United Kingdom
30 Apr 2007 - 4 May 2007
This intensive course will help you write more clearly and meaningfully for a wide range of audiences. It is highly interactive and participant's objectives will govern a substantial part of the course content.

* 5th World Conference of Science Journalists
Melbourne, Australia
17 Apr 2007 - 20 Apr 2007
While PCST is aimed more toward general science communication & the WCSJ is focussed directly on journalism, there are significant overlaps in both topics and in delegates..

*'Communicating Science to Broader Audiences Conference'
Lincoln, Nebraska, United States
12 Apr 2007 - 13 Apr 2007
For scientists and writers interested in raising awareness of and knowledge about science outside the scientific community.

*Global Scientific Challenges: Perspectives from Young Scientists
Lindau, Germany
4 Apr 2007 - 6 Apr 2007
As part of its 75th anniversary celebrations, ICSU is organizing a conference for young scientists that will allow them to discuss some of today’s important scientific challenges in a multidisciplinary and international environment..

*2006 Geological Society of America Annual Meeting
Philadelphia, United States
22 Oct 2006 - 25 Oct 2006
The 2006 GSA Annual Meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, comes at a time when energy shortages and recent catastrophic earthquakes, tsunamis, and hurricanes have dramatically demonstrated the importance of earth science in everyday life..

*2006 ASTC Annual Conference Appropriate Growth: Sustaining Institutional Advancement
Louisville, Kentucky, United States
28 Oct 2006 - 31 Oct 2006
The 2006 ASTC Annual Conference will explore how ASTC members and other informal education organizations are using strategies of appropriate growth to sustain their institutional advancement..

*2006 National Association of Biology Teachers Professional Development Conference & Exhibition
Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
11 Oct 2006 - 14 Oct 2006
Our 2006 Annual Conference will draw experts and your colleagues from across the nation around the issues you face every day. Our mission: To share ideas, approaches and plans that will help you maximize your classroom environment as forums for learning.

*Technical Writing for the Pharmaceutical, Medical Device, and Biotech Industries
Irvine, CA, United States
7 Aug 2006 - 9 Aug 2006
This is a three-day course for people who must write within regulated environments. This course is valuable for pharmaceutical, medical device, and biotech professionals in drug discovery, product development, quality assurance, information technology etc.

*Euroscience Open Forum 2006
Munich, Germany
15 Jul 2006 - 19 Jul 2006
Euroscience Open Forum 2006 ESOF2006 aims to attract a diverse audience from all scientific disciplines, as well as journalists, policy-makers and science communicators..

*ESOF 2006 Euroscience Open Forum
Munich, Germany
15 Jul 2006 - 19 Jul 2006
ESOF2006 is hosted by Wissenschaft im Dialog (WiD), a non-profit organisation founded by the most significant research funding organisations in Germany. WiD’s purpose is to promote interaction and dialogue between science and the general public..

*EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION OF SCIENCE EDITORS NINTH GENERAL ASSEMBLY AND CONFERENCE
Krakow, Poland
15 Jun 2006 - 18 Jun 2006
The Culture of Science Editing.

*Planning An Academic Career
London, United Kingdom
8 Jun 2006 - 8 Jun 2006
This course is for anyone who wishes to pursue an academic career, understand what it entails and apply successfully for an academic position..

*International Science Festival Göteborg
Gothenburg, Sweden
11 May 2006 - 21 May 2006
The Science Festival is divided into three branches: a broad programme for the public, a more focused programme for school pupils and teachers, and a forum for researchers.

*9th International Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology
Seoul, Korea
17 May 2006 - 20 May 2006
This conference will be not only an opportunity for academics and professionals in science communication to interact but also will be a festival for the participants to gain an unforgettable experience.

*1st International Conference on Health & Media
Dead Sea, Israel
14 May 2006 - 17 May 2006
"Health and Media: Facing the Global Challenge".

*Project Management - Roles and responsibilities of the manager
London, United Kingdom
9 May 2006 - 9 May 2006
This course has been specifically created for anyone who is new to project management or thinking of embarking on a new role in project management..

*Grant Applications and Fund Raising
London, United Kingdom
4 May 2006 - 4 May 2006
This course is for scientists who will, at some time, need to make applications for grant. It addresses issues of obtaining funding from Research Councils, Government Depts, UK Charities, the EU and Industry..

*31st Annual AAAS Forum on Science and Technology Policy
Washington DC, United States
20 Apr 2006 - 21 Apr 2006
Who Should Attend? Scientists, administrators, industrial R&D managers, policymakers, academicians, association officials, federal grant recipients, students, science attaches, government affairs specialists, public affairs officers, and others.

* 1st European Conference on Scientific Publishing in Biomedicine and Medicine
Lund, Sweden
21 Apr 2006 - 22 Apr 2006
The principal aim of the conference is to broaden researchers understanding and knowledge of the rapid changes in the scientific communication and publishing area and its possible implications on the research community..

*Successful Selection Interviews
London, United Kingdom
4 Apr 2006 - 4 Apr 2006
This course is for those who wish to develop their career, move into another role, escape redundancy or simply find a job..

*Public Speaking and Presentation Skills
London, United Kingdom
21 Mar 2006 - 21 Mar 2006
This course is ideal for anyone who has to give a talk or presentation during their career. It provides an excellent intro into public speaking and presenting, and expert tuition to improve your speaking and communication skills..

*Lab Management - Workshop on running a lab
London, United Kingdom
8 Mar 2006 - 8 Mar 2006
This course is for scientists in universities, research institutes and commercial organisations who are currently, or in the near future, embarking on running their own lab..

*Career Planning For Scientists and Engineers
London, United Kingdom
21 Feb 2006 - 21 Feb 2006
This course if for those who wish to know their options, develop career strategies and learn how to apply and interview successfully for a job..

*AAAS Annual Meeting
St Louis, MO, United States
16 Feb 2006 - 20 Feb 2006
No other scientific meeting brings together the breadth of science, engineering, and technology from the world's premier researchers as at the American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting. "Grand Challenges, Great Opportunities.".

*Handling The Press And Media Interviews
London, United Kingdom
26 Jan 2006 - 26 Jan 2006
This course is for anyone, ranging from PhD students to seasoned researchers, who need to tell non-specialists about their research. It covers the principles and techniques, in a broad range of contexts, of communicating research to non-specialists..

*ASE Annual Conference 2006
Reading, United Kingdom
5 Jan 2006 - 7 Jan 2006
Association for Science Education For 2006, the ASE Annual Conference is returning to the University of Reading to create three days of seminars, lectures and events exploring the latest developments and resources from across science education..

*First World Conference on: The Future of Science
Venice, Italy
21 Sep 2005 - 23 Sep 2005
The idea of this conference arises from the awareness that the problems/ questions generated by the enormous scientific and technological progress that will characterize the near future have not been adequately represented in the cultural debate....

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