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Bright SCIdea Challenge

What's your bright SCIdea? 22-23 February 2018

SCI is launching a national student innovation competition, aiming to enhance the business acumen of young scientists and explore ideas for the new industrial strategy.

Sense About Science: latest events and activities

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SCI is pleased to bring you news from our Collaborative Partner Sense About Science. Sense About Science works with scientists and members of the public to change public debates and to equip people to make sense of science and evidence. Find out about the latest events and activities.

You're Hired 2017 - event preview

You're Hired 2017 Wednesday 29 November 2017

On Wednesday 29 November SCI is pleased to present You’re Hired 2017, a free event aimed at successful preparation for job interviews and career development.

Apply now - SCI Travel Bursaries 2018 open for application

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Are you a PhD student? Are you planning to travel to a conference or site visit and in need of funds? Then look no further than the SCI Travel Bursary scheme!

RACI 100: SCI Symposium report from Australia

RACI 100 Foyer

In July this year David Witty, SCI Board of Trustees, and Richard Thwaites, Chair of SCI Australia International Group, chaired an SCI Symposium as part of the RACI 100 event. Here they report on the highlights of the SCI Symposium - where science met business.

Introducing SCI's Andrew Medal and Lecture

Dr Sydney Andrew FRS

SCI is pleased to present the Andrew Medal and Lecture, made possible by the legacy of Dr Sydney Andrew (1926-2011). The medal will be presented to Sir John Beddington at a Public Evening Lecture on Wednesday 20 September 2017.

CRISPR and the future of gene editing in the UK

Genetic engineering and gene manipulation concept. Hand is replacing part of a DNA molecule. 3D rendered illustration of DNA.

CRISPR/Cas9 is a gene editing tool that is swiftly becoming one of the most revolutionary new technologies. Britain has a unique opportunity to become a world leader in this field, pioneering advances in research, medicine, and agriculture.

Graduate SCI Scholar Interview James Adams

James Adams

James Adams received an SCI Scholarship in 2015. Here he tells us what being an SCI Scholar has enabled him to do.

Public Evening Lecture: Sir John Beddington

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Invitation to SCI's September Public Evening Lecture, to be given by Sir John Beddington, who will be presented with SCI's Andrew Medal at the event.

How disruptive could machine intelligence be?

Artificial intelligence

Could artificial intelligence change the world as we know it?