Last November I had the pleasure to go to Prague for a follow-up FameLab event: International Echoes of FameLab. It was a wonderful chance to hang out with the FameLabber community again, to talk science, drink beer and enjoy the city with all that it has to offer. A big thank you to…
How do our bodies know when to go to sleep?
A piece I wrote for the British Council Blog prior to FameLab International. | How do our bodies know when it’s night? In our eyes, there are photoreceptors: cells which can determine the difference between light and darkness. But how do the kidneys, liver or stomach know when it’s dark or light? During…
Lecturer heading for international rounds of science communication competition
An academic at Nottingham Trent University has made the international rounds of a science communication competition – which challenges researchers to present a topic to a non-specialist audience in just three minutes.
Results of Polish FameLab announced
Photo: Filip Klimaszewski | Fotografia From poland.gov.pl Dr Joanna Bagniewska, a zoologist from Nottingham Trent University, will represent Poland during the international final of FameLab, a competition for young researchers.