The fourth UK Conference of Science Journalists was expanded to become the 3rd European Conference of Science Journalists. It was held as a satellite event at EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) and took place at the Manchester Central, in Manchester.
European Conference of Science Journalists 26-30 June 2017, Copenhagen. Registration opens 31 January 2017
3rd European Conference of Science Journalists 2016
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Saturday 23 July 09:30-17:00, Manchester Central, Manchester, M2 3GX, UK
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EuroScience Open Forum
From 24th - 27th July many of the biggest names in the scientific world will arrive in Manchester, a city with impressive scientific credentials – it was home to Dalton, Rutherford, Joule and Turing.
Now well established; the conference attracts a global following with participants from all over the world. We are expecting Manchester to be the biggest ESOF to date attracting more contributors and delegates than ever before. The forum also attracts several hundred science journalists as well as communications professionals with topical sessions and breaking news, as those at the forefront of their industries discuss the latest research and ideas that are set to revolutionise our world.
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Alongside the main conference there is a public festival bringing the city alive with science. This exciting visual festival brings together those inside and out the conference through public talks, interactive demonstrations and live experiments and will help to introduce science to a new generation. There will be many of opportunities for the media to get stuck in and engage with those taking part in the conference and festival - as well as regular press conferences with contributors and specially designed media events to give behind the scenes access to some of Manchester’s most advanced and exciting laboratories and research centres.