Sacramento’s First Science Competition to Crown the Best 3 Minute Science Talk
This is your chance to compete to give the best science talk in the Sacramento region. Three minutes, no slides, just a chance to share your passion about your work to a nonscientific audience. In addition to the talk, we have a science communication workshop to improve your skills in communicating science.
Rules: Three-minute science talks based your research, work, or scientific concept in your field of expertise to a general adult audience. No PowerPoint slides allowed but handheld props are strongly encouraged, and we’ll have a whiteboard for you to sketch on. Talked will be judged based on three main categories: Charisma, Content, and Clarity. Judges will be local science communicators and journalists.
Eligibility: Any early career scientist, graduate or undergraduate student, or someone who works in a scientific field is eligible to participate. Contestants are invited to attend an optional workshop hosted by Science Says. A title of the talk and an outline or synopsis is also required through online registration.
Workshop: Saturday, 10am to 2pm July 15th at UC Davis, Big Hanna Room, Asmundson Hall
Signup Deadline: Saturday, 5pm July 15th
Competition: Wednesday, 6pm, July 19th at Streets Pub and Grub, 1804 Jst Sacramento
First Place Awards: Prime speaking slot at an upcoming Science Distilled and Ancestry.com DNA testing kit
Second Place Award: A member of Science Says will write a blog post about your work
People’s Choice Award: Speaking slot at an upcoming Science Distilled
Train & Compete, Register Here: https://goo.gl/forms/SygV6nVAr3l4coUe2
This event is hosted by Sac Science Distilled, and is a co-sponsored event by Science Says, Capital Science Communicators, and Powerhouse Science Center.
For questions or more information email Don Gibson at: email@example.com