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  • January 13
    2018
    Conference

    Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Louisiana are where scientific innovation, fragile biomes, and the dynamic energy, biotech, and biomedical industries all meet political conservatism. The issues facing science writers and communicators in the region couldn't be more diverse or important.

    And yet, we hardly know each other....

  • January 29
    2018
    Conference

    Join the Lower Mainland Museum Educators (LMME) on January 29th to unpack and breakdown the big ideas of today: inclusivity, creative thinking, social responsibility, and innovation.

    Enjoy a full day of workshops, break-out sessions, and engaging seminars.

    This conference is aimed at all staff, volunteers (and those of us in-...

  • January 30-31
    2018
    Webinars & Trainings

    This two-day workshop will serve as a great introduction to any informal or formal educator interested in starting his or her own tinkering space. Don’t just read a case study—walk through an innovative making environment with the people who developed, opened, and re-engineered it! Find out about the successes and failures experienced when...

  • February 7-9
    2018
    Conference

    The Australian Citizen Science Association invites you to join us in Adelaide from February 7-9, 2018 as we bring together citizen science practitioners, participants, thought leaders and decision makers for the Australian Citizen Science Conference 2018 #CitSciOz18 .

    Featuring international keynote speakers Dr. Caren Cooper and Amy...

  • February 9-11
    2018
    Conference

    The National Center for Science and Civic Engagement (NCSCE) invites you to attend our upcoming conference, Science and Engineering for Social Good . This conference will be held at Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta on February 9-11, 2018 , and is presented in partnership with Georgia Tech, Stony Brook University, and The Louis Stokes...

  • February 9-13
    2018
    Conference

    The American Library Association (ALA), the oldest and largest library association in the world, holds the ALA Midwinter Meeting & Exhibits in February. The conference draws more than 10,000 leaders and staff, educators, writers, publishers, Friends of libraries, trustees, special guests and exhibitors from the library and information...

  • February 15-19
    2018
    Conference

    In extraordinary times, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) must come together to advance science with particular force. This conviction is in the organization’s DNA. In 1851, AAAS’ third president Alexander Dallas Bache said, “While science is without organization, it is without power.” Now, as then, we must work...

  • February 21-23
    2018
    Conference

    Join us for the 21st Annual ISEA Conference, February 21-23

    "Seeds of Change"

    Botanical Research Institute of Texas & Fort Worth Botanic Garden

    Registration Information Coming Soon!

  • March 1-2
    2018
    Conference

    SCIENCE TALK '18 ​​ will unite scientists, science communicators, journalists, policymakers, students, and others for two exciting days of learning how to talk science to non-scientists or those outside your discipline. It will feature presentations, workshops, expert panels, and more. Come network with other like-minded individuals and learn...

  • March 10-13
    2018
    Conference

    The theme for the 2018 NARST Conference is Re-Centering on Scientific Literacy in an Era of Science Mistrust and Misunderstanding.

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