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The British Council is involved in many science events around the world. Find out more information about upcoming events and projects by clicking on the links.  

Science Communication in the UK
Interested in finding events about science communications in the UK? Click here to go to our Talking Science Centres & Events webpage.
Events Calendar
The Most Human Human

Tuesday 10 July 2012
The Royal Institution, London UK
Lecturer: Brian Christian

Interested in the advances in artificial intellingence and discussing what it means to be human and what it means to be intelligent. Get your tickets now and find out more information here.

FameLab 2012 Events
This science communication competition is happening all over the world and the Finals are on the 15th June in the UK! You can find out which British Council offices around the world are participating this year and watch the final live.
Science Alive Festival - Hong Kong

The Atlas of Islamic-World Innovation maps key trends in science and technology-based innovation. Launch  event: first week of March

British Council Egypt is the platinum sponsor of BioVison 2012 which aims to address the role science can play in achieving a fair, equal society through scientific research and policy adjustment. April 22-25, 2012



  • "Marine Biodiversity Hotspots and Protection Measures for Coral Reefs" February 21 2012 (more information)
  • "Can you be obese and healthy?" March 1 2012
  • "Do Black Holes Exist?" March 8 2012 (more information)

Opening Doors Workshop: Provides opportunities for researchers from the UK and Spain to collaborate on research: The Biology of Ageing March 11-15 2012 at Parador de Carmona (Seville, Spain)

Science Starters: Students debate and discuss BBC science films with each other and professors. 21 February-27 March

Climate.Culture.Change is a series of film nights, that will be taking place at Filmbase, Dublin on Tuesday nights between April and June 2012 before Rio +20. These films will explore the importance of culture in addressing the challenges of climate change. Expert panellists and audiences will engage in discussions after the screenings. Book your free tickets today!

All Films:    Tuesday at 7.00pm
Filmbase | Curved Street | Temple Bar

17.04.12 | Opening Night
01.05.12 | Birdwatchers
15.05.12 | About Water
29.05.12 | Before the Flood: Tuvalu
05.06.12 | People - Dreams - Actions
12.06.12 | Just Do It


Youth Climate Training Wadden Sea Region 23-28 April
In partnership with the UN Environment Programme/GRID, this course will educate and motivate participants to develop local solutions and engage with their local communtities to make a difference.

Green Fashion at 'November der Wissenschaften,' Hannover, 21 November

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