What's on - Tuesday 19th March

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25 / 2 / 2013 11.06am

Science for living, schools science conference 2013, in partnership with the Royal College of Pathologists, with participation from various NHS organisations.

This conference is for students in school years 9 to 11 and this year’s key note speaker is Lord Robert Winston. The theme 'science for living' provides an opportunity to present science's broader place in society and show the variety of worthwhile careers within science. They are looking for individuals or organisations to help with the 10th annual Schools Science Conference by hosting an interactive stand based on the theme Science for Living. You can read more about the event here.

Venue: The Royal College of Pathologists at their Conference & Education Centre, London

 

Foyer event, University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.

Staff and the general public are invited to attend the 'foyer event' which is aimed to raise awareness of the role of healthcare scientists in the NHS and the vast variety of careers available. It is an opportunity to meet scientists working in the trust and hear first hand about their roles.

Venue: British Heart Institute foyer

 

Primary school ambassador visits, University of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust.

Kathryn Lewis is head of audiology at Whittington Community Hospital and a STEMNET ambassador. She is visiting local primary schools during healthcare science week to talk about the science behind her job in an interactive and fun way. Kathryn believes that it is important to start engaging with primary aged children so they begin thinking of science in a positive way and when they reach senior education may choose to study sciences.

Where: Local Primary Schools, Manchester

 

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