Its that time of year again when we get celebrate everything science, technology, engineering and maths…its British Science Week 2020!
At Liverpool Hope British Science Week 2020 runs from 9th-11th of March and is a great opportunity to take part in events and activities throughout the week. During British Science Week our academics from the Faculty of Science will explore Sport, Nutrition, Computer Science, Mathematics, Geography & Environmental Science and Psychology. This is a great chance to get involved and to learn something new, meeting experts within Science.
Here is the low-down of the various happenings and some personal choice picks all taking place exclusively at Liverpool Hope next week.
Click here to view the full British Science Week 2020 Programme.
Click here to view the full British Science Week – Guest Speakers
Monday 9th is sport-led, consisting of assessing sports performance and the role of science in sport, finishing off with a presentation exploring science more broadly, providing critique on scientific truths and their value in challenging accepted ideas.
Tuesday 10th provides a broad offering of science applications featuring hands-on bio-science experiments in our laboratory, nutrition and health, with guest speakers during the afternoon. Lastly, David Park will share his experiences of entrepreneurships and running hi-tech start-ups.
On Wednesday 11th Hope’s Psychology, Computer Science and Mathematics host a range of presentations to capture the imagination, starting with an introduction to visual illusions, as well as human perception in virtual reality, cryptography and an introduction to robotics.
The afternoon will bring the curtain down on British Science Week with two presentations exploring research on High Altitude Platform Stations (HAPS) and, lastly, a presentation on the Psychology of stalking.
If experimenting in British Science Week wets your appetite about your own career interests then the Careers and Employability Team can help explore your ideas and inspirations, how you brand yourself online, networking on LinkedIn, getting that old CV up-to-date or just talking through what your next step might be.
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