Date: 12-13 May 2011
Venue: Royal Society, London.
Science Voices will be of interest to science historians, biographers, archive and library professionals and those involved in science communication for exhibition, television and radio.
Science Voices brings together, in a stimulating programme, an international group of speakers who will discuss projects such as: Museum Lives: an oral history of the Natural History Museum, London(a collaboration between the Museum and Kingston University London); the British Library's Oral History of British Science (in collaboration with the Science Museum); and two Royal Society projects: A History of the Royal Society in the 20th Century and Biographical memoirs of the Royal Society.
For more information, or to register online, please visit the Conference website: www.royalsociety.org/science-voices
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