Events By Month: 2/2013
A free event at the National Film Theatre for students from Years 10 to 13 with an interest in science and media.
Go4SET links teams of six Year 8/9 pupils with companies and universities to offer a 10 week STEM experience.
A panel of experts will talk about being a STEM ambassador and we hope will inspire you to impart your scientific knowledge at grass-roots level to nurture the next generation...
Describing the use of mass spectrometry in forensics, food analysis, space exploration, drugs in sport, environmental analysis, historical investigations and medical diagnosis.
An informal gathering of those curious about science teaching and technology. Share great ideas, ask important questions or simply sign up to take part in the round table workshops.
To: Friday 8 February, 2013
Find out how scientists and engineers are using physics to explore the cosmos.
The Big Bang Near Me consists of live events (fairs) that offer young people the opportunity to experience hands-on learning in an informal environment outside the classroom.
Helping teachers to make links between classroom science and 'real-world' science through curriculum-linked inquiry activities in outdoor settings.
Meet local teachers and STEM Ambassadors to share ideas and good practice on activities that can enrich the STEM curriculum.
A chance for teachers and STEM Ambassadors to share experiences of enriching and enhancing STEM education in schools.
This pilot scheme aims to help STEM Ambassadors feel more confident in planning, delivering and evaluating practical activities.
The East Anglia branch presents an evening of short lectures from researchers in the Department of Biochemistry at the University of Cambridge.
Water is all around us. Controlling how it interacts with surfaces is fundamental to so much of what we do – from waterproof coats to keep us dry to miniature...
We have placements for students interested in all areas of engineering, science, IT, e-commerce, business, marketing, finance and logistics.
Lecture series organised by Cambridge Infectious Diseases and Hills Road Sixth Form College.
An event to update Primary, Special and Secondary colleagues on the implications of the new ICT Curriculum for KS1-4.
Help your KS3 to KS5 students understand and explore the latest issues in genetics and genomics.