Research Forums

A regular series of research forums, these are typically every two months and normally involve 20-40 invited participants. An emerging science priority or opportunity is explored during the day with the specific aim of formulating a number of key recommendations for consideration by the NCAS Science Strategy Board. Forums are one of the principal ways in which NCAS engages with the wider research community, harnessing expertise, exchanging ideas and facilitating collaboration.

If you have a proposal for a Research Forum this can be submitted to the committee via a form.  You will need to give details about the title, objective and desired outcomes from the foum.  

 Research Forum Proposal Form

Online Seminar Series

A regular series of streamed online science seminars. The aim of the seminar series is to offer easy-to-access and interactive online seminars designed to share latest thinking and good practice, and exchange ideas, tools and processes.  Seminars are community-led so their frequency and duration will vary. We envisage the seminar series will become an exciting vehicle that helps to encourage free flowing dialogue and collaboration right across the NCAS community.

Further information about the seminar series can be found on the microsite.

If you are organising or delivering a seminar that you think would be of interest to the rest of NCAS please register the details via the form and it will be added to the webinar calendar the local NCAS hubs will be contacted to set the webinar up.

Register a seminar

 

 

If you have proposals for a research forum or the seminar series please contact Scott Osprey who chairs the NCAS Research Forum and Seminar Programme Committee.