The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters would like to offer a travel scholarship to a British science journalist to come to Oslo for the Abel Prize events in May. Andrew Wiles got the Abel Prize this year. He will receive the Abel Prize from HRH Crown Prince Haakon at an award ceremony in Oslo on the 24th of May. The award ceremony will be followed by a reception where Andrew Wiles will be interviewed in front of a live audience. In the evening the Norwegian minister of Education and research will host a banquet at Akershus Castle in honour of the laureate. The following day there will be Abel Lectures at the University of Oslo. Simon Singh will be one of the speakers. More information about the Abel Prize events in May can be found here: http://www.abelprize.no/
The Norwegian Academy will cover expenses related to travel, hotel and food. The journalist will of course be invited to all the events, including the banquet. We suggest that the journalist come to Oslo on the 23rd of May (or early on the 24th) and stay till the 26th of May.
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Deadline Tuesday 3 May 17:00
We’re looking for an experienced Publications Manager with a passion for sustainability and international development, to join our Publications team.
Scriptoria produces a wide range of print, online and multimedia publications, and the Publications Manager will have responsibility for managing specific projects from start to finish. The role will involve engaging with a wide range of subject areas, from agriculture, climate change and poverty reduction to the biological and medical sciences.
We are looking for someone who has a genuine interest in the areas in which we work and is keen to make a difference. The work is dynamic and often very busy so we need a Publications Manager who is able to juggle multiple tasks, meet deadlines and deliver high quality products. Experience of copyediting and proofreading is essential.
You can read more about Scriptoria’s work on the Publications page on our website www.scriptoria.co.uk.
For further details including how to apply, view the full Job Specification:
Closing date for applications: 30 April 2016
Interviews: Scriptoria’s offices in London, 17 and 18 May 2016
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