This year’s Science Summer School, hosted once again by Professor Brian Cox, OBE, proved to be more ambitious and more successful than ever before. Over 150 young participants enjoyed two days of ‘doing’ science at St. Paul’s Way Trust School in east London as well as at Here East in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The event finished with a highly successful fundraising evening at the top of the ArcelorMittal Orbit.
The eminent scientist, writer and broadcaster Professor Brian Cox is passionate about inspiring future generations to enter his profession. In this exclusive article, he explains why Britain needs more Asian scientists, engineers, technologists and mathematicians.
The orchestra's participation in the St. Paul's Way annual street festival – at the high school's new £40 million building – is aligned with Lord Andrew Mawson's vision of blending entrepreneurship, culture, and education. In turn, the St. Paul's Way students presented the orchestra with a Philadelphia-themed mural.
Professor Brian Cox OBE hosted the third Science Summer School on the 28th and 29th August 2014 at St Paul's Way Trust School. Over 150 students from nearly 30 schools across London experienced a unique and innovative programme of TED style seminars, discussions, hands-on experiments and networking opportunities designed to inspire and encourage the next generation of scientists and engineers in the UK. AMP has helped develop and deliver the Science Summer School over the last three years, and there are now ambitious plans to share the model more widely.
Professor Brian Cox was in Canary Wharf talking about inflation. Not the kind that Mark Carney worries himself with though, Professor Cox was wowing a room of City types and entrepreneurs about the inflationary universe. Minds were boggled.
On Thursday 29th and Friday 30th August, Professor Brian Cox took pupils from East London on a journey with fellow scientists, doctors, and engineers in a drive to inspire 'British Scientists of the Future'. Along with the 18 minute “TED”-style seminars, there were discussions, student presentations, and hands on experiments.
On the 7th December 2012, the new St Paul’s Way Community Centre opened on the site of the old Cafe Reconnect. The community centre is three floors of high quality community space. The ground floor has a fantastic new cafe,…
On the 20th and 21st July St Paul’s Way Trust School held its inaugural Summer Science School, hosted by Professor Brian Cox, a Patron of the School, and will include a distinguished list of leading scientists discussing subjects as varied…