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BOM in Ethiopia

BOM in Ethiopia

Just before COVID-19 brought a halt to global movements, BOM delivered an important engagement project in Ethiopia based on the air quality research campaign, ASAP East Africa. We got involved following an invitation from Francis Pope, Professor of Atmospheric Science…

Olia Lialina BEST EFFORT NETWORK

Olia Lialina BEST EFFORT NETWORK

BOM’s Visitor Assistant Claire talks to us about BEST EFFORT NETWORK.  A work we were due to display at BOM alongside London’s Arebyte Gallery, The Photographers’ Gallery and the Open Data Institute this Spring. Luckily, the work is a website,…

Announcing the new BOM Fellows

Announcing the new BOM Fellows

We’re excited to announce the new cohort of BOM Fellows, joining us from September 2019. We will be welcoming nine new Fellows into the cohort, making a total of 17, the largest number of BOM Fellows to date. This includes…

Free resource for teaching science with art

Free resource for teaching science with art

Teaching science with art Free resource!  We were delighted to lead a research project with Baskerville school in Harborne, Birmingham. Supported by the Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the project evidenced that teaching science through art does improve engagement and attainment of…

BOM Café is here!

BOM Café is here!

Our new café is an inclusive space serving locally made food and supporting social enterprises. Fitted out with science lab furniture reclaimed from schools (we’ve got rid of the chewing gum, but left the graffiti!) it’s a little nod to…

BOM in Indonesia (2.0)

BOM in Indonesia (2.0)

Early August 2018 I (Louise, BOM’s Head of Programme) travelled to Jakarta as part of the British Council’s DICE Fund. The grant programme aims to develop creative/social entrepreneurialism between the UK and Indonesia, Pakistan, Brazil, South Africa and Egypt. I…