Happening tomorrow… The Science Museum is proudly hosting the Big Bang London and South East!
It will be a day of hands-on science and engineering activities, fun workshops, and awesome, inspiring projects presented by young people from across the region (I am always blown away by the incredible work of the UK’s bright young minds!)
Come soak up the science, pick up some great ideas for your classroom or science clubs, and get your students excited about careers in STEM… oh, and take a few minutes to explore the Museum while you’re here.
See you all tomorrow!
The Big Bang Fair is in London!
We were. And we had a fantastic time meeting students, educators and even Prof Brian Cox whilst working on the Science Museum stand at the fair! Oh, and gawking at the amazing flying penguins.
AirPenguins by engineering company Festo captivated us at the Big Bang Fair
The Big Bang Fair is a wonderful science festival for young people, promoting careers in science and showcasing young people’s STEM projects from across the UK- from marine biology to product design. These inspiring young participants were finalists in the National Science and Engineering Competition, and their STEM projects had made it all the way through from the heats at regional Big Bang Fairs, to the national Finals which took place last weekend in London. A huge well done to everyone who was there, engaging people with their research and sharing their hard work and successes with other students!
So if your students are carrying out a project, be it at home, in school or as part of a club, think about getting involved. Your students may find themselves presenting their research at a regional fair, one of which we are excited to be hosting here at the Science Museum on 22nd June 2011.
See you there!