Running Science and Engineering Events

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From the British Science Association, these resources give useful guidance and tips for running a public engagement in science event. This could be as part of the Association's annual National Science & Engineering Week (NSEW). Two guides are included in these materials.

Guide to running your event: This booklet covers some of the major points to consider when planning an event. It looks at questions including: 

* Why run an event?

* Who is the event for?

* What to do?

* Who to work with

* How much will it cost?

Science on a shoestring: This document is designed to act as a guide to running an NSEW event or activity, on a shoestring budget. It contains information on areas such as: 

* Booking a presenter or activity

* Free resources

* Getting funding

* CREST awards

* Ideas for activities.

To find out about local events or to add an event to the National Science & Engineering week programme, register by completing this form.

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