John Worne, director of strategy for the British Council, went to the international nuclear research centre CERN in Switzerland to help choose a young scientist with a flair for words to compete in the FameLab national final in May. The winners of all national finals will present research at the FameLab International finals during the UK's Cheltenham Science Festival
Country director Jeff Streeter reports from the latest science lecture in a prestigious series that the British Council has been bringing to Japan since 1990.
Andrew Picken OBE, co-leader of the British Council delegation to Rio+20, writes about last month's UN Conference on Sustainable Development and about ten inspirational young activists and entrepreneurs from around the world who took part.
Rachel Burcin and Angela Keiser, who took part in the Prime Minister’s Initiative for International Education at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, blog about collaborating with British universities and a unique double-degree Master’s programme in Robotics Technology.
Dr Jo Cable, Reader at the School of Biosciences at Cardiff University, gives an insight into the benefits of offering a placement to a student from overseas through the IAESTE Programme.
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