anniversary

LwS Anniversary Month Sum-Up

This month we will be hosting various events in celebration of our 1 year anniversary! Links to everything we’re doing this month can be found below! For our monthly agenda, please visit this blog: https://www.livewithscientists.com/2021/03/27/live-with-scientists-anniversary-month-events/ For details about this month’s competitions, please follow this link: https://www.livewithscientists.com/2021/02/21/live-with-scientists-anniversary-month-get-involved/ To register for our “Research and You: Why science needs you” panel with University of Manchester scientists on the role of the public in their research: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/live-with-scientists-research-and-you-why-science-needs-you-tickets-143276773687 To register for our Science Pub Quiz: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/live-with-scientists-science-pub-quiz-tickets-143277124737 To register for our Research & You panel with Autism@Manchester: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/research-and-you-autismmanchester-presents-who-is-research-for-tickets-148489892265 To read our first Citizen Science blog on… Read More »LwS Anniversary Month Sum-Up

Anniversary Month Events

In April 2021 Live with Scientists will be marking our first anniversary with a celebration of what we stand for that “Science is for everyone”.   We will be hosting a series of events during the month focussing on the fantastic impact that the public has and continues to have on research. From a panel discussion of from researchers whose research has especially benefited from your input to highlighting fantastic citizen science projects that everyone can participate in! We will also be challenging researchers to describe their research in emojis and hosting lightening talks – quick, snappy and to the point! If you’ve missed… Read More »Anniversary Month Events

LIVE with Scientists Anniversary Month: Get Involved!

1) Emoji competition:  It can be a challenge to distil our projects right down but can be so helpful when communicating our science! What better way of doing this than simplifying right down into emoji form? If you want to take part all you need to do is:  Summarise your project/research in emoji form- use as few words as you can and get creative! Don’t get too technical or use jargon if you can avoid it!  Post it on twitter using the hashtag #LwSEmoji during April (if you ‘at’ us @livescientists we will retweet your post!)  Have a go at… Read More »LIVE with Scientists Anniversary Month: Get Involved!