Biodiversity Researchers needed for Natural History Museum Late Night
Researchers needed for Biodiversity Café
The Oxford Biodiversity Network will be running a Biodiversity Café at the Natural History Museum's Late Night (Bio)Diversity event. (More here)
We hope you can help us whip up an exciting menu of activities and thought provoking discussions around your work. The Museum is providing a great setup, we just need to come up with an innovative menu for this large scale public engagement night.
There will also be opportunities to engage in other activities around the Museum.
If you would like to share your work with the public in an informal setting, please get in touch asap and we'll
tell you more.
We'd love to hear from researchers who can offer to 'be on the menu' to meet interested visitors from as little as 15minutes, right up to the entire event (3 hours)
As inspiration, we already have researchers such as Henry Grub discussing the Impact of the food on your plate to biodiversity and climate change, Dr Cécile Girardin discussing 'Should we be planting trees?' and Elena Račevska talking about lemur conservation.
Please do offer to come along and help us make this a memorable event.