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BNSC nominated for the ‘Arthurs’

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Sun Apr 1, 2007 9:20 pm
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The Sir Arthur Clarke Awards, which recognise UK achievements in space, will be presented at a gala dinner at the climax of this year’s conference of the British Rocketry Oral History Programme (BROHP) on 14 April 2007.

BNSC’s free educational website based resource – the Learning Zone – has been nominated in the ‘Achievement in Education’ category.

The award categories cover corporate and individual achievements, and also include awards for educators and journalists, and for outreach and inspiration – promoting space and providing encouragement for the next generation.

Public nominations for the ‘Arthurs’ were made by people “impressed, intrigued or inspired” by some aspect of space research. A panel of judges representing the UK space community then drew up a short-list which includes The Mars Exploration Rovers team (Best Corporate/Team Achievement) and The British Interplanetary Society, for the ‘Project Boreas’ report (Best Presentations: Written).

For more information, visit the Sir Arthur Clarke Awards website.

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