Written on 6 Jan 2016 in Press Mentions
Whilst science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) have a profound impact on our everyday lives, we continue to see a lack of engagement from students of all ages in these subjects. This is despite STEM subjects being considered one of the accelerating forces for future economic growth across the UK. Issues such as sustainability, managing the planet's resources and using renewable energy appropriately are all challenges that can benefit from the work of mathematicians, scientists and engineers across many disciplines.
Written on 14 Jan 2016 in Press Mentions
A scientific artwork project showing off the creative talents of more than 400 Cambridgeshire school children was unveiled yesterday.
Written on 28 Jan 2016 in Press Mentions
Cambridge Science Centre has been featured in Cambridge News' '10 things to do with the family' for the period of 28th January - 4th February 2016.
Written on 15 Jan 2016 in Press Mentions
Tim Peake will do a spacewalk and Cambridge Science Centre will be screening it live on Friday 15th January 2016
Written on 8 Jan 2016 in Press Mentions
At MATLAB Expo 2015, we got three key players in STEM outreach to schools together to find out what they’re doing and how well it’s working – Chris Hayhurst from MathWorks, Andy Donnelly from the Cambridge Science Centre and Toby Parkin from the London Science Museum
Written on 4 Jan 2016 in Press Mentions
He may be miles away in space, but the first British astronaut to fly to the International Space Station (ISS) is still being talked about on the ground.