She is currently undertaking research into mammalian mitosis but is passionate about science communication. She is the Schools’ Competition Co-ordinator and enjoying engaging with students about their essay ideas and scientific ambitions. She writes about science and the cross-curricular presentation of science for OxSci and beyond.
Edgar Jones Philosophy Essay Competition (St Peter’s College Oxford) open to year 12 students. Lloyd Davis Philosophy Prize (run by Oriel College Oxford). Year 12 students; Science. C3L6 competition (Cambridge Chemistry Challenge) Royal Society of Chemistry, Bill Bryson Prize; Royal Society of Chemistry Analyst Competition (first year sixth.
New Topics for Essay Competition! These are the 2020 topics for the Royal Society national science essay competition: Is there scientific evidence to support (or refute) Greta Thunberg’s assertion that humanity is facing a climate-induced emergency? South Africa has a wealth of medicinal plants.
The BSCB Science Writing Prize aims to encourage writing skill development in young researchers rather than seasoned veterans (see rules below). The competition entry deadline is usually in February and will be posted in our news section on the homepage of the website and communicated to members by email.
School Essay Competition The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) and the Financial Times are pleased to announce the launch of our School Essay Competition. We are seeking thoughtful and well-argued responses from sixth form geography students for this joint competition.
All parts of the competition are open to school students from Y10-13 (aged 14 or above), and will be judged separately to entries from Imperial College.Every entry short-listed by our postgraduate markers will be read by the eminent scientist who sets each question, meaning there is a real possibility that your students' work will be read by world-leading academics.
The Essay Award is open to researchers in the history of science who have completed a postgraduate degree within the last five years. The winning entry is chosen using the journal's standard criteria for selection (i.e. excellence and interest to a wide audience) and will be published in the journal.
Science Fiction: Make Believe Essay Competition Winner 2019. Read about this year's Science Fiction: Make Believe creative essay writing competition and Marnie Sayer's winning piece. Marnie Sayer was presented her prize by competition judge and RSE Fellow Prof Niamh Nic Daeid at St Andrews University on 9 March 2019.
The competition aims to promote scientific communication and creative thinking and is open to secondary school pupils around the UK and to Imperial College students. Royal Society of Biology The 2014 Science Challenge essay competition has been launched by the Royal College of Science Union.
Royal Society School Science Essay Competition. Crimson Education South Africa Competition Skill Building Description. Creative writing contest. Write a titled essay of 1 000 - 2 000 words on one of a short list of topics. To inspire creative writing giving learners the opportunity to demonstrate their writing talents The ability to think.
Bibliography Bryson, Bill. Seeing Further: The Story of Science, Discovery and the Genius of the Royal Society. HarperCollins e-books, 2010. Digital file. In this book Bill Bryson complies essays in celebration of the Royal Societies 350th anniversary. The essays include the inventions of Royal.
Royal Society of South Africa School Science Essay Competition. 25 July 2010. Three of our Grade Twelve pupils excelled in the Royal Science Essay Competition. Congratulations to Nicola Suttle, Jaimee van Niekerk and Julia Green. Amongst the 2010 results announced by Professor Ed Sturrock FRSSAf.