Talk Science @ Irvine Bay 2014-16

Talk Science @ Irvine Bay 2014-16

The RSE Talk Science @ Irvine Bay programme will be continuing until Summer 2016.  The programme includes talks and workshops for school pupils (primary and secondary) and the general public, focussing on science, engineering and IT. We are looking for additional talks to include within this programme. If you or a colleague would be interested in contributing a talk to this programme, please contact Kate Kennedy, RSE Project Officer.

This exciting education programme for schools and the wider public includes talks, lectures, exhibitions and workshops focused on the ongoing regeneration of the Irvine Bay area, and includes topics such as:

  • Science (particularly life sciences)
  • Engineering
  • Information and Communications Technology
  • Manufacturing
  • Entrepreneurship

Local primary and secondary schools are invited to participate in talks and workshops delivered by RSE Fellows and other experts, with events tailored for different age groups. All school activities will have strong links to the Curriculum for Excellence. Other events will take place at venues across the Irvine Bay area.

Primary schools

RSE Fellows, RSE Young Academy members and other experts, keen to enthuse and excite pupils, will visit primary schools to introduce inventions, discoveries and the scientists that have a strong connection with Irvine Bay.

Secondary schools

The RSE's Fellows and other experts will deliver talks for secondary schools with particular reference to science, life sciences, IT, engineering and manufacturing.

If you are a teacher and would like to find out more about the school activities, contact us.

The Public Programme

The Talk Science Public Talk programme will continue until Spring / Summer 2016. For further details of the events and booking details please see the RSE Events web page.

In the meantime, you can sign up for alerts by contacting us.

Details of Past Events from 2014 – 2015:

24 November 2014 – Brainwaves: An Interview with Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell
3 December 2014 – Does What We Eat Matter? – Professor Maggie Gill
11 February 2015 – The Rise and Rise of Video Games in Scotland – Dr Chris Van der Kuyl
30 March 2015 – The Evolution of Cultures in Apes and Other Animals – Professor Andrew Whiten
16 April 2015 – The Making, Keeping and Losing of Memory – Professor Richard Morris
2 June 2015 – The Large Hadron Collider – Professor Peter Clarke
21 October 2015 – In Conversation: Ian Ranking and Professor Sue Black

This programme is being delivered by the Royal Society of Edinburgh, supported by Irvine Bay Regeneration Company.

 

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