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23 may

How to write about science

A workshop, Great Britain
Hush… Don’t tell anyone! The secret stories of ordinary things
Who’s the chief of the orchestra?
23 may
  • 18:00 – 19:30

Welcome to John Farndon’s workshop “How to write about science”. Farndon is one of the leading popular science writers, author of the world-famous “Do not Open: An Encyclopedia of the World’s Best-Kept Secrets” and “Atlas of Oceans”, laureate of the Royal Literary Fund Prize of Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. This university plays a major part in the scientific life of Britain and the USA, and Farndon helps students write essays and research papers in all subjects.

At the workshop John Farndon will explain how he succeeds in mastering any subject, be it quantum physics or Pushkin lyrics, and write interesting texts about it. He will share some of his methods on the basis of which he wrote his latest book “Omnipaedia” – a story explaining how to know about everything. The visitors of the fest will learn how to create simple and interesting scientific texts.

All participants