The rumours are true – Science Discovered! featuring award winning scientist Professor Brian Cox is back!
After the huge success of the original science event for schools – Science Live! which took place in March 2011, Adaptable Travel have pulled out all of the stops to bring you a new, improved and even more inspiring Science Discovered! – held at London’s impressive The O2.
The new event will again feature award winning physicist Professor Brian Cox, Blue Peter’s science expert Steve Mould and now Simon Watt, biologist and star of Channel 4s ‘Inside Natures Giants’.
Science Discovered! is a fantastic education event for key stage 4 & 5 science pupils, held in London, and open to pupils nationwide.
Steve Mould, an Oxford educated scientist who hosts the event, said about the last event:
"The audience were really enthusiastic. It was great to see them getting excited about a subject I love. I got the chance to do some of my favourite experiments and they had loads of questions for me at the end.
“That's what's great about events like Science Live. It's a chance to show people just how awesome science is."
Cameron Headon, a student who attended the event from Holsworthy Community College in Devon, said:
“Monday was the best day of my life so far! Professor Cox is my idol and he singed and ‘ticked’ my calculus notes!”
Ian Webb, managing director at Adaptable Travel, said:
“We pride ourselves on creating new and exciting ways to bring subjects such as science to life. Science Live! was a really inspirational event, and Science Discovered! is set to once again help to show students exciting ways that science is being applied by using real-world examples.”
LAST YEAR THE EVENT SOLD OUT, SO MAKE SURE YOU ENQUIRE AND BOOK EARLY TO MAKE SURE YOUR STUDENTS DON’T MISS OUT! CONTACT US TODAY FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO HOLD YOUR PLACES.
SEE EVENT PICS & VIDEO ON FACEBOOK
Pictures and videos from the event are now live on our Facebook page. Take a look to see what a great event it was, and how your students can get involved
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