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SpotOn London (formerly Science Online London 2012)
Sunday, 11 November 2012 at 08:30 - Monday, 12 November 2012 at 18:00 (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
Join us at this year’s Science Online London (now SpotOn London) conference on Sunday 11th and Monday 12th November.
Now celebrating its fifth year, Science Online London is an annual two-day conference hosted by nature.com for anyone interested in how science is communicated and carried out online.
This year, we’re delighted to be hosted by the Wellcome Trust and the event will take place at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre on Euston Road. Equipped with “unbreakable Wi-Fi”, we will be live-tweeting and live-streaming the event – check out last year’s archives for Storifys and videos of the sessions and join in the online conversations on the #solo12 hashtag.
What can I expect?
This year, we will structure Science Online London around three discussion strands:
i) science communication and outreach
ii) online tools and digital publishing
iii) science policy.
We’ll keep a mixture of keynotes, discussion sessions, workshop and fringe events, but you’ll have more opportunity to follow sessions that are specifically aligned to one of the three main topic areas.
Science Online London is intended to be a dynamic, lively forum to bring together science communicators, technologists, and those interested in science policy so we hope you’ll add your voice to the conversations.
If you have any questions, do email us: email@example.com
Science Online London (SoLo) and Science Online NYC (SoNYC) are community events co-organised by nature.com for the discussion of how science is carried out and communicated via the Internet. They are independent of ScienceOnline which organises a similar series of events in the US.
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SpotOn London (formerly Science Online London)
SpotOn London (formerly Science Online London) is an annual two-day conference hosted by Nature Publishing Group for the discussion of how science is carried out and communicated on the internet.
You can find out more about this and other SpotOn events on the new SpotOn website, which includes blog posts, Storifys and livestreams from the events.