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St. Paul’s Way lies in the middle of London's Water City, in Europe’s largest regeneration area encompassing the Royal Docks, Canning Town, Canary Wharf, Poplar, Stratford City, Westfield Shopping Centre, and the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The St. Paul's Way Transformation Project is stimulating and creating enterprise and business activities in the community of Poplar, Tower Hamlets. Read more »

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St Paul’s Way Transformation Project

46 Loman Street London SE1 0EH

info@stpaulsway.com

Tel: +44 (0)20 7620 6000, Fax: +44 (0)20 7921 4850

Professor Brian Cox, Britain's most famous particle physicist, a Patron of the St Paul’s Way Trust School

What inspires Brian Cox?

Published on: 10 August 2018

Brian Cox visited Plexal to host the 7th annual Science Summer School, which aims to inspire the next generation of British scientists and engineers. So we took the opportunity to ask Brian what inspired him...

Pictures from Science Summer School 2018

Pictures from Science Summer School 2018

Published on: 10 August 2018

Professor Brian Cox OBE to host seventh Science Summer School to inspire next generation of British scientists

Published on: 12 July 2018

St Paul’s Way Trust Science Summer School 2018, hosted by Professor Brian Cox OBE, is in its seventh year. It aims to inspire the next generation of British scientists and engineers.

This year’s event takes place on Monday 16th July at St Paul’s Way Trust School, Tower Hamlets, London and on Tuesday 17th July at Plexal Here East on Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London.

Science Summer School 2018 Programme

Published on: 12 July 2018

The opportunities for exciting and innovative careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Maths (STEAM) are almost limitless. This year we present an inspirational programme which mixes the best of STEAM subjects through a series of seminars, discussions and hands-on experiments. We are particularly delighted to welcome 400 female students on Day 1 and many students from the north of England as we continue to take the project ‘national’.