Regional final – Wednesday 8th March at the Bullingdon Book here
Tickets are available on the door – or watch the final LIVE video stream HERE 🎥 7-9PM
FameLab is back! Join our audience to cheer on the Oxford contestants as they take to the stage for their three-minute debuts. Last year, Oxford saw two contestants, Jase Taylor and Kyle Evans made it to the UK final, and maths teacher and folk singer Kyle went on to win FameLab UK. So can Oxford do it again?
FameLab 2016 national winner Kyle Evans will perform during the judging interval, and our compere for the evening, is Sally Le Page.
The Famelab Oxford 2017 finalists are:
Emily Seward – a PhD student studying molecular biology (Oxford)
Bernadeta Dadonaite – a DPhil student studying the flu virus (Oxford)
Yayoi Teramoto – a PhD student in computation neuroscience (Oxford)
Ramy Aboushelbaya – a DPhil student studying plasma physics (Oxford)
Jack Rowbotham – a bioinorganic chemist (Oxford)
Anna Ploszajski – a PhD student and materials scientist / engineer (UCL)
Tomasz Dobrzycki – a DPhil student studying embryonic development (Oxford)
Blayze Millward – studying AI with computer science at the University of Sheffield
A bar will be available / Ages 16+
FameLab brings together the most engaging, creative and daring individuals in science as they battle to surprise and fascinate you with unbelievable facts and unforgettable performances in just three minutes. It was set up by Cheltenham Festivals in 2005 and is now run in over 25 countries worldwide. Heats are held across the UK in the autumn, including here in Oxford, with the UK final in London in the spring and the international final at The Times Cheltenham Science Festival in June.
Scientists and engineers from around the world take part armed with only their wits and a few props and the result is an unpredictable, enlightening and exciting way for public audiences to connect with them and the work that they do. It’s also a great way for participants to develop and hone their communication and performance skills and to share their passion for their subjects with the public.
FameLab 2016 winner Kyle Evans performs at the Oxford heats at St Aldates Tavern
Sci-Comm – Science Oxford delivers a vibrant programme of science communication, performance and public engagement from FameLab to ‘SO Talented’ Science Cabaret and Sci-Comm socials.
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