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Upcoming STEM Events
The Women’s Engineering Society (WES) is calling on schools to organise events to celebrate National Women in Engineering Day. There is FREE resource pack for teachers to help them organise an event.
Anyone can get involved and help encourage girls and women into STEM careers: whether you host an engineering-based event for young people, recruit a female engineer to speak at a local school, or tweet about NWED to help increase diversity in the engineering sector.
STEM Ambassadors are available to support activities on this date and help encourage pupil to understand that Engineering and STEM subjects are for both women and men. For more information, visit www.nwed.org.uk and request a resource pack.
05/07/2016 - 09/07/2016
Daresbury Laboratory is opening its doors to the public to explore some of the world’s most incredible science experiments. Over a period of a day, visitors can expect to see investigations in bio-medicine, engineering, fundamental physics, chemistry, computational science and materials to name just a few and meet scientists who collaborate with researchers all over the world, including those at CERN – the home of the Large Hadron Collider.
Corporate organisations will be able to visit on the 5th, schools can arrange visits on the 6th and 7th and the general public can visit on the 9th of July. Register at www.stfc.ac.uk/public-engagement/see-the-science/daresbury-open-week
Futures Day gives young people aged 11-21 the chance to learn about the career opportunities available in the Aerospace and Defence sectors. Groups from schools, universities and youth associations are welcome to experience the interactive, informative and engaging programme that aims to show them first-hand, the variety, innovation and expertise that makes a career in these sectors so rewarding.