An international team from Europe is launching the STEAM Summer School for Science Communication. STEAM provides training in science communication for university students, researchers, and educators and innovatively marries science and art in science communication practice. The 10-day programme (13–22 July, 2016) at Rhine-Waal University in Germany offers a unique experience with over 30 grants being available.
The organizers of the Festival are pleased to announce the Call for TV programmes or New Media productions for the 2016 European Science TV and New Media Festival and Awards. The range of categories is similar to that in 2015, with eight included in this Call (including all the TV and New Media genres and Science in Society categories) and three later for reasons explained with the category description below. The festival and awards will again be in Lisbon, Portugal, November 2016.
The deadline for entries in all the eight categories except interactive New Media is Friday 3 June 2016. All entries must include a filled-in entry form and (apart from interactive video) a DVD.