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
In partnership with the Cheltenham Science Festival since 2007, the British Council has been running FameLab, a science communication competition, in 20 countries world-wide. Young scientists from across three continents competed on 11 June to see who is the most exciting, comprehensible and captivating young science communicator in the world. We've gathered some top tips for budding science
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