"Scientists do not deserve criticism"
"The building blocks of the BBC"
"Why the public should listen to scientists"
"Show me the Science"
"Surfing past terrestrial television"
"Message to the Medium"
"Watch out for mad cows on morning TV"
|Past Press Releases|
Vega launches online Science TV Channel (2nd February 2002)
Harry Kroto wins 2001 Royal Society Faraday Award (16th October 2001)
Nobel winner meets 2000 Japanese simultaneously (12th November 2001)
2001 Vega Science TV Awards (10th September 2001)
The International Association for Media in Science (IAMS) 2006
Special mention for the Vega Science Trust`s website - judged to be of outstanding quality.
Learning on Screen Award 2005
Vega was awarded with Screenhouse Productions the winner of the Non-Broadcast Award for General Audience for the production of the Snapshots series 2.
Royal Society Faraday Award 2001
Awarded to Sir Harry Kroto, for his work promoting public understanding of science and the work of the Vega Science Trust.
Prix Leonardo 2000
Chemical Industry Awards
Professor Sir Harold Kroto was short-listed for the President`s Award for the most outstanding personal contribution to fulfilling the aims of the awards during 1997, 1998.
The Lindau Nobel Interviews series has now been added to the website. This is a series of interviews with Nobel Prize winners who attended the annual Nobel Prize winner`s meeting in Lindau - This year`s meeting centered around achievements in Medicine and physiology.
On the 14th of October 2003 Harry Kroto visited Manchester United and delivered his buckyball workshop to local children, supporters and football players alike with the help John O`Shea and Deigo Forlan - Click the link above for pictures and a video of the event.