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ECLAS IN THE NEWS ECLAS CO-DIRECTOR DAVID WILKINSON RECEIVES ARCHBISHOP’S AWARD FOR EDUCATION

The Archbishop of Canterbury’s 2022 Lanfranc Award for Education and Scholarship has been awarded to ECLAS co-director Revd Prof David Wilkinson. He has been recognised for his outstanding contribution as a communicator and thinker, bringing...

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CHURCH ACTION The Loneliest Bat

In 1990 the greater mouse-eared bat was declared extinct in the UK, becoming the first mammal lost from these shores since the wolf in the late fourteenth century. Then in 2002 came a surprise discovery:...

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CHURCH ACTION New round of Scientists in Congregations for 2022-23

ECLAS is launching a new round of Scientists in Congregations grants for the coming year. From today, churches can apply for grants worth £10,000 to engage with scientific topics and affirm the role of scientists...

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CHURCH ACTION 5 fun science websites to use with church small groups...

There’s nothing like trying a science experiment hands-on, but that doesn’t have to mean getting messy. (If mess is what you’re looking for, we suggest you start here!) If you need computer-based demonstrations and tools...

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CHURCH ACTION Making the Choice to Love

The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach (although as numerous comedians have commented it is much quicker to go through the fourth and fifth ribs). Yet on this Valentine’s Day, couples will be...

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CHURCH ACTION SENIOR CHURCH LEADERS’ CONFIDENCE TO ENGAGE WITH SCIENCE IS UNDERMINED...

ECLAS research published in Zygon this week sheds light on attitudes towards science among senior church leaders in the UK. The paper “Building Enthusiasm and Overcoming Fear: Engaging with Christian Leaders in an Age of...

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CHURCH ACTION The role of leaders in communicating science in the black...

This is a guest post from Adeyinka Oshin. In my previous blog post, I outlined that survey respondents from the black Christian community were keen on having conversations about science in areas that include climate...

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FUNDING Science news Round-Up: In the Beginning

Image credit: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio It’s been an amazing month for science news, including the first transplant of a genetically modified pig’s heart into a human being, and research suggesting that people in vegetative...

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