Thursday 30 January 18:00 - 19:30

UCL Institute of Education (IOE)
20 Bedford Way
Room 731

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Science London Presents: Hana Ayoob on Barriers in Science Communication

Science & Technology

Who We Are

Science London is a newly formed organisation - we are a space to explore and engage with ways to make science more equitable. Through bi-monthly workshops that open up difficult topics (accessibility, prejudice, barriers, monitoring and evaluation) and provide a safe space to explore them, we will begin to change  science and science communication communities. 

This event

For our first event, we are welcoming speaker, producer and consultant, Hana Ayoob who will discuss Barriers in Science Communication & Engagement. 

What you can expect:

The diversity of our audiences, the diversity of the people communicating or engaging with them, and the diversity of those supporting science communication and engagement behind the scenes is all interlinked. We’ll talk through the different barriers affecting these three groups of people, discuss the impact this can have on our events and projects, and how we can all improve our science communication and engagement work. 


Doors will open at 5.45, workshop will run 6pm - 7.30pm. 

Our Science London launch will follow directly after with drinks and nibbles from 7.30pm - 8.30pm. Book separately here

More information

Our Speaker 

Hana Ayoob is a creative producer, trainer and speaker working in science communication and public engagement. Over the years, she has worked with science festivals, universities, small charities and other organisations on a range of projects and events. Hana co-hosts the science and technology podcast Why Aren’t You a Doctor Yet? And is a co-founder of Minorities in STEM, a UK network which supports and showcases BAME individuals working and studying in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths.

Venue Access

Participants should note that we can confirm the workshop will be have the following access provisions: Wheelchair accessible, lift access, access for guide animals (please indicate in advance), hearing loop provision, gender-neutral bathrooms, pronoun badges, prayer room on campus. Quiet spaces available for sensory breaks and/or breastfeeding or expressing milk (please indicate in advance).


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