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Call for content: UCL Neuroscience Domain 10 year anniversary public event

14 January 2019

The UCL Neuroscience Domain is celebrating its 10 year anniversary in 2019. We are planning a special public event on Saturday 22 June to coincide with the annual Symposium on Friday 21 June.

UCL Neuroscience Domain public event

The theme is 'How does the brain work and why are some brains different?' and we are now inviting submissions for interactive stalls or other interesting content: think short films, visual images for display (photographs, artworks), sound installations, live demonstrations, storytelling, workshops, and short performances. 

Activities will cover a wide range of topics relating to neuroscience and should be designed to engage with the public in an interactive and innovative way. 

Some financial support will be available towards the cost of activities (up to £200 to cover expenses such as printing of materials, transportation of equipment etc.). 

Entries are open to any UCL staff and students. You may apply individually or as part of a team. We recommend teams of between two and four.

Note that you do not have to be a part of the UCL Neuroscience Domain or indeed based in a scientific faculty to apply.

Content submissions will close at 5pm on Friday 1 February.

Download the full guidelines and submission form