Public Engagment Update - Sept 2017

  1. Midlothian Science Festival - call for event volunteers
  2. NCCPE, focus groups on training requirements
  3. Science Capital Teaching Approach
  4. Beltane Breakfasts and Twilights 2017/18
  5. Job opportunities


Winners of 2016 Recognising Excellence Awards

School of Biological Sciences

Once again we were delighted with the number and variety of nominations and it was a difficult job to decide on the winners of each category. There is clearly so much effort being made by many people across the School.

The winners were announced by Head of School, Prof David Gray, at a School meeting on Thursday 8th December. Seven awards were presented across openness in animal research, public engagement and knowledge exchange, along with with one mention for special achievement.


'Recognising Excellence' Awards 2016

The School of Biological Sciences is seeking nominations for the 'Recognising Excellence' Awards 2016

The aim of this award scheme is to highlight and reward the excellent work that members of the School are undertaking in Knowledge Exchange & Commercialisation, Public Engagement and Openness in Animal Research.

The Head of School invites nominations for the awards with a closing date of 5pm on Tuesday 29th November.

The prizes will be awarded at the School Meeting on 8th December.

Download Nomination Form


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