Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the Bett London ExCeL show – Jan 25th-28th, 2017! 

Very proud to be selected for the “Great British Trail” during the Bett show at London ExCeL! If you happen to be in London Jan 25th-28th – come to say hello!

The Scientific Literacy Tool features in the STEAM Tour (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths) on Wed, Thu and Saturday but you can visit us any day/time!

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For more info visit the Bett website: BettShow

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Discussing scientific literacy for all at the UN, Geneva!

We were very honoured to take part in several exciting discussions on citizen science at the united nations, Geneva.

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Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the OpenCon 2016 Cambridge – November 24, 2016 at 9:30am – 5pm

The OpenCon 2016 Cambridge satellite event will bring together students, early career academic professionals and open advocates from around Cambridge. November 24, 2016 at 9:30am – 5pm

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Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the upcoming Citizen Science conference 19-21/6/2016 in Berlin  !

Come and meet us at the upcoming Citizen Science conference in Berlin where we will hold a session introducing the Scientific Literacy Tool.

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 The Scientific Literacy Tool has made it to the final of the 5050tech Challenge – meet us at the doteveryone event on Monday 8/2/2016 in London!

We are very excited to announce that the Scientific Literacy Tool has made it to the final of the 5050tech Challenge – a new national initiative designed to encourage gender balance across technology leadership and events.

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More about the Doteveryone 5050tech Challenge – here.


Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the “Volunteer for Cambridge” event on Saturday 30th January 2016, 11am-4pm

Join us at the “Volunteer for Cambridge” event organised by Cambridge Hub, bringing together Cambridge-based organisations who work to create positive social and environmental change through volunteering.

We will introduce our “Society To Science” initiative – bringing people together to discuss scientific topics of interest!

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More details about the event – here.

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Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the OpenCon Cambridge event – 26/11/15 Cambridge

Join us at the OpenCon Cambridge satellite event for a talk about “Open to the Public” – making science more accessible, collaborative, and inclusive!

To subscribe to the event – Click here to register

OpenCon Cambridge programme available here

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For the Global Entrepreneurship Week the Scientific Literacy Tool is offering online peer-to-peer sessions on social entrepreneurship!

To celebrate the Global Entrepreneurship Week (16-22/11/2015) the Scientific Literacy Tool is happy to offer online peer-to-peer sessions on social entrepreneurship! Interested? Awesome – contact us and let’s schedule a chat!

* The offer is valid for the week of 16-22/11/2015.

We are very proud to receive the “Global Entrepreneurship Week – High Impact Host 2015″ award for our contribution to empower social entrepreneurs! We do hope we helped those of you who took part in the peer-to-peer sessions and very grateful for this wonderful opportunity to share experiences with amazing people :)! All the best to all!

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Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the 7th International Conference on Science in Society – 1-2/10/2015 Chicago US – come and join us!

The focus theme for 2015 is – Educating Science:

“At its most cogent and most productive, science is engaged, responsible and accountable to the social world. It is integrally linked to agendas, interests, values and ethical stances. These need to be declared and exposed to examination, just as much as science’s propositions about the character of the natural-physical world itself. A constant and searching investigation of human interests goes to the heart of the question of the social credibility and ongoing viability of science. The focus theme for 2015 ‘Educating Science’ is interested in how ‘science’ educates and is educated by the social world.”

Within this context the Scientific Literacy Tool will lead a workshop on “Promoting Scientific Literacy: Practical and Psychological Challenges”


Meet the Scientific Literacy Tool at the 6th Annual Science Communication Conference – 24-25/6/2015 – Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel – come and join us!

Guest speakers at the conference include Dr. James Gillies, head of communication at CERN and Prof. Bruce Lewenstein, professor of science communication at Cornell University. On the second day of the conference, international guests offer hands-on workshops for scientists and journalists.

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“Society to Science – lowering the barriers to scientific knowledge” at the Open Research Cambridge event on Monday 23/2/2015 – come and join us! 

Society to Science: Lowering the barriers to scientific knowledge

Speaker: Dr. Keren Limor-Waisberg

Are you interested in SCIENCE? Maybe “science” is a big word and you are interested in a particular scientific subject? Health? Nutrition? Birds? In this event we are going to speak about YOUR scientific interests and open the discussion addressing the role of science in society.  Keren is the founder of the scientific Literacy Tool that helps discover, understand, and explore scientific texts. The mission is to lower the barriers to scientific knowledge and enable a more inclusive public involvement in science.  Join us!

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The Scientific Literacy Tool public launch at the British Library, London UK on Tuesday 27/1/2015 – come and join us! 

The event is organised by John Hammersley (OverLeafTM)  Click here to register

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