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Science Festivals

Every year the UK hosts several huge celebrations of science, technology and engineering, as well as many smaller satellite events and tours. The Royal Society of Biology can be found at many of the UK's science festivals, providing opportunities for anyone interested in science to meet us, work with us, and find out more about us.

The Society is also present at many teacher focused events to help us reach out to and to support teachers in primary and secondary education.

ASE Annual Conference 2018

When: 3 - 6 January 2018
Where: University of Liverpool

Teachers can listen to expert speakers; take part in CPD and hands-on workshops. The exhibition gives teachers the opportunity to explore providers and find useful advice, equipment with hands-on demonstrations, competitions and lots of giveaways.

Scottish Universities Science School

When: 19 January 2018
Where: Glasgow

Trainee teachers can find out how the Royal Society of Biology can support them and their students with resources and membership.

Brighton Science Festival, Bright Sparks weekend

When: 10 - 11 February 2018
Where: Hove Park Upper School

Visit the Royal Society of Biology team and the Biology Big Top to take part in hands-on science activities.

National Big Bang Fair

When: 16 - 17 March 2018
Where: Birmingham NEC

Children can go on a voyage of discovery through the biosciences with the Royal Society of Biology team at the Biology Big Top stand in the biology zone on the show floor.

Hullabaloo 2018

When: 12 - 13 May 2018
Where: Sandown, Isle of Wight

Visit the Royal Society of Biology team and the Biology Big Top in the science zone and take part in hands-on science.

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