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Pitch your research at FameLab
Are you a young scientist studying or working in science and technology, medicine or social sciences? And can you give a rousing three-minute speech about your research? Register for the Leiden heat of FameLab, the science communication competition.
Pitch your research at Famelab
Can you talk for three minutes in glowing terms about your science or medical research? If so, sign up for the Leiden preliminary round of FameLab, the international competition for science communication.
FameLab: young scientists take the stage
In FameLab contestants explain their research to the public in a three-minute presentation – without using PowerPoint or other presentation tools. The Leiden heats of this international communications competition will be held on 7 March. Anyone is welcome to come and watch!
Lindsey Burggraaff and Emma Koemans win FameLab heat
Which young researchers were best at explaining their research to a general audience? Twelve researchers battled it out at the FameLab heat on 7 March. The two winners go through to the national final.
FameLab - Leiden University heats
Popular science events
Leiden University participates in and organises a number of popular science events to help inform the public about what is going on in the world of science.
Events Office: our portfolio
To give you some idea of the options, below are some examples of events that the Events Office has organised.
You can apply various means to increase your societal impact: through interaction with professionals, the commercial sector or general audiences. The University can support you in this process in a number of ways.
‘A doctor! You?’ Three women on their PhD and career
Rietje Knaap’s (83) PhD was a real feat of endurance, but she persisted. ‘You’re married so you don’t need a pension, do you?’ What are the experiences of Knaap and women who followed in her footsteps? In the run-up to International Women’s Day on 8 March, three generations of female doctors look back…