Apply to speak at Soapbox Science 2022 (deadline 28 February)!

The call for speakers to take part in Soapbox Science’s 2022 events is NOW OPEN! 

Apply online here!

Or download the application form and return to soapboxscience@gmail.com: 2022 Soapbox Science application form

Deadline 28th February 2022

Are you a woman, non-binary or genderqueer person who works in science and who is passionate about your research? Are you eager to talk to the general public about your work in a fun, informal setting?  If so, then Soapbox Science needs YOU! We are looking for scientists in all areas of STEMM, from PhD students to Professors, and from entry-level researchers to entrepreneurs, to take part in this grassroots science outreach project.

What is Soapbox Science?
Soapbox Science is a public outreach platform for promoting women and non-binary scientists and the science they do. Our events around the world transform public areas into an arena for public learning and scientific debate. With Soapbox Science, we want to make sure that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy, learn from, heckle, question, probe, interact with and be inspired by some of our leading scientists. No middle man, no PowerPoint slide, no amphitheatre – just remarkable scientists who are there to amaze with their latest discoveries, and to answer the science questions the public have been burning to ask.

 
Why should you apply to be a Soapbox Science speaker?

  • Help us improve the visibility of women and underrepresented genders in science
  • Make valuable connections with other scientists
  • Engage with people who might not otherwise encounter science
  • Publicise your work through blogs and other media opportunities

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What other benefits will you gain from taking part?

  • Training at one of our bespoke Soapbox Science workshops
  • Chances to meet other fantastic scientists and join our growing Soapbox Science Alumni community of over 1500 inspirational speakers
  • Join the conversation about equality in science and highlight your ideas of how best to increase the visibility of women and underrepresented genders in science

More information is available here

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