'Pro Tips to Nail the Media Coverage for Your Next Science Engagement Activity'

Usually, professionals decide to focus only on what they do best—in your case, that would be event planning and execution—whereas stepping out of your comfort zone and breaking into the glossy, yet tricky, media world can be a daunting task. However, it does not have to be this way; through a systemic approach made up of simple steps that you or your team can follow, you can guarantee a boost in the media coverage of your event.

'10 Ways to Promote Your Science Engagement Activity'

As an event organizer or a science exhibition curator, getting a considerable amount of attendance at your event/show is a key indicator of your event’s success. This is where “promoting” your event plays a crucial role in your activity&rsquo

'Need to Sponsor Your Next Science Engagement Activity? Here is How…'

It is no secret that, with the decline of the global economy due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Russian-Ukrainian war, along with other inflation-inducing misfortunes, most businesses and institutions cut down their marketing costs. Of course, if your job is all about planning science engagement exhibitions and events, you might be in a bigger dilemma, since your activities do not necessarily generate profits.

'Qualifying Students for the Jobs of Tomorrow'

Advancing technology and algorithms, and the increasing dependence on machines will change the rules of the job market in the future, causing some jobs to go extinct and others to emerge. According to a report by the World Economic Forum in 2023, the job market will change by 25% in the next five years only. So, what would it be like after 20 years?