British Science Geek, Sorry Week.
British Science Week starts on the 9th March and is organised by the British Science Association and is a ten-day celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) with entertaining and absorbing events and activities across the country.
British Science Week offers a stage to inspire and support teachers, STEM professionals, science communicators and the public to create and take part in STEM events and activities.
Organising an event or activity is easy, and anyone can do it, from schools and community groups to parents or large organisations and the British Science Association will help you plan by providing free activity and support resources.
Check out their site for ideas and resources: https://www.britishscienceweek.org/
British Science Week at Chester Zoo
12-16 March 2018
To celebrate British Science Week, the zoo’s team of experts are organising loads of events and activities throughout the week for visiting schools, giving free pop-up science demos with equipment and artefacts to show how we use science on a day to day basis in the zoo. There are also science workshops that can be added to your stay for £28 per session.
Check out their programme on http://www.chesterzoo.org/whats-happening/whats-on/2018/03/british-science-week
British Science Week at Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool Hope University
9th – 16th March 2018
During Liverpool Hope University’s celebrations, the Faculty of Science are holding a number of enthralling and engaging events and activities for people of all ages.
Having fun while learning is a key theme at Hope’s British Science Week jamboree, so throughout the week, academics will teach pupils from schools and colleges about nutrition, artificial intelligence, VR, psychology, and dune ecology.
Download the British Science Week 2018 Brochure for the full programme of events.
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The World Museum may have missed the news but they are holding a science day on the 17th March entitled, Meet the Scientists.
It’s on between 10am – 4pm and is suitable for all visitors and is a family-friendly event, which is a free drop-in event, there’s no need to book. You can go and meet scientists from the University of Liverpool at this interactive, hands-on science day. Follow the treasure map around the museum and discover more about the human body and the incredible world around us.