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2013 Science Summer School with Brian Cox

Published on: 1 October 2013

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.

The first day's activities were held at the St Paul's Way Trust School in Tower Hamlets where Brian is a Patron. For the second day of the programme the teenagers moved across to the innovative Siemens Crystal building in the Royal Dock to hear directly from people involved in engineering. These included the team renovating the SS Robin, the world’s oldest complete steamship which is now based in the Royals, and engineers solving the practical challenges of Crossrail.

Please see the full event programme for 2013:

2013 Science Summer School reception to be held at the Crystal

Published on: 12 August 2013

On the 30th August, Lord Mawson will host an evening reception at the Siemens Crystal in East London with Professor Brian Cox. This will celebrate the second year of the St Paul's Way Trust School Science Summer School.


Andrew to co-host Second Science Summer School with Brian Cox

Published on: 2 August 2013

Building on Professor Cox’s ambition that Britain is the best place to ‘do science’, the  Lower Lea Valley in East London presents an important opportunity and context  to explore the relationship between science, education, business, and aspiration.