website introduction：A Wiki website that allows user to publish and share "Calls For Papers" for conferences in diverse fields of science.
website introduction：To promote discussions and the exchange of ideas of studies in the biological, chemical and physical sciences.
website introduction：Annual science festival to be held in New York starting 2008. Site contains information about partners and advisers, as well as contact information and a link to a video clip containing more information about the festival itself.
website introduction：Promotes the development of new mathematical methods and computational techniques as well as their applications in science and engineering.
website introduction：Annual event in early April includes events and shows relating to science and technology. Features exhibitions, workshops, tours, talks, demonstrations and hands-on activities, all aimed at the general public.
website introduction：A celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths for young people in the UK. Programmes, registration.
website introduction：Searchable database of science and technology conferences. Organized by category. Also offers information regarding paper submission deadlines.
website introduction：Organisers of scientific symposiums, meetings, and conferences based in Europe: schedule of future meetings.
website introduction：Annual spring event presented by the MIT Museum. Event descriptions; information for participants, volunteers, and media; and ticket sales.
website introduction：Biannual event in which pairs of researchers discuss and debate current scientific questions. Much of the event is available for review over the internet in audio and video formats.
website introduction：Experience over 250 presentations, exhibits, and hands-on activities related to science and technology at this annual event.
website introduction：Part of the more general Cheltenham Festivals website; links to festival brochure and to list of festival events.
website introduction：ECSBM is held every two years in a different European country. It is attended by researchers using spectroscopic techniques to investigate biomolecules, cells, or tissues and will be held from August 28 - September 2, 2009, in Palermo, Italy.
website introduction：Festival organized by the British Science Association. Includes news, booking information, event descriptions, and job offers.
website introduction：Information about open days, details of how to volunteer, and contact organizers. Canada.
website introduction：Annual event. Programme, blogs, contact info.
website introduction：Information about events, with a focus on the 2006 festival. Also features a festival weblog, a festival wiki, and special material for schools and for children.
website introduction：International interdisciplinary conference on notions of responsibility across cultures and the conceptual challenges of climate change for moral reasoning and conflict prevention. November 3 - 6, 2009 at Aarhus University, Denmark.
website introduction：Provides a comprehensive listing of biotechnology and pharmaceutical conferences in the US and Europe. Visitors can discuss their experiences at specific conferences and make recommendations.
website introduction：This conference will take place 8th - 11th August 2010 at Fairbanks, Alaska.
website introduction：Encyclopedia article about the different types of science festivals held around the world, including some historical remarks.
website introduction：Contains meetings, symposia, conferences, courses, seminars, workshops, awards and programs. From the Nature journal.
website introduction：Held in Cambridge UK each March. In addition to information about festival events and the school program, this site features a variety of science-related interactive games as well as festival podcasts and videos.
website introduction：Sciences, sport, santé, écoles doctorales, formations professionnalisantes.
website introduction：The Institute of Cytology and Genetics will be hosting this conference (BGRS\SB-2010) in Novosibirsk, Russia, from 20-27 June 2010.