Activity: Public engagement and outreach › Schools engagement
David McGloin - Organiser, 31 Oct 2011 → 11 Nov 2011
An outreach talk by visiting speaker Dr David McGloin of University of Dundee. This is a short talk designed to give school pupils a clearer idea about where science can take you, what jobs scientists do and the subjects that are needed to get such jobs. The talk also looks at why studying science is important even if you will never become a professional scientist or engineer.
Free visits. For Secondary schools.
|Title||Dundee Science Festival 2011|
|Period||29/10/11 → 13/11/11|
|Other||Two weeks of exciting events including family fun days, comedy, talks and school programmes. Dundee Science Festival is a city-wide celebration of science, providing fun, entertainment, inspiration and curiosity for all ages.|
|Degree of recognition||National event|
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