Science and Technology Showcase

What is the Science and Technology Showcase?

The aim of the Science and Technology Showcase is to raise students’ aspirations in science and technology subjects and demonstrate how exciting STEM can be at A level and in higher education.

As well as having some fun, this is a unique opportunity for students to talk with current undergraduate students, PhD students and academics about what it’s like to study and work in STEM.

The 2020 Science and Technology Showcase will take place on 22 and 23 January 2020

Over two days, we will take over our on-campus marquee and fill it with interactive exhibits from across our Faculty of Science and Engineering. Students can move freely between stands, spending time at the exhibits that are of interest to them. 

Exhibits will range from Segways to computer game technology, oculus rift to marine wildlife, chemistry experiments to healthcare sciences, with something for everyone and plenty of opportunity for students to get hands on.

Dates

  • Years 5–6: Wednesday 22 January 2020
  • Years 7–10: Thursday 23 January 2020
  • Years 11–13: Thursday 23 January 2020


Booking

Bookings for the Science and Technology Showcase 2020 school sessions are now open.

Register your place


Contact us for further information

Public session: Wednesday 22 January

17:00–18:30, Rolle Marquee

We will take over our on-campus marquee and fill it with interactive exhibits from across our Faculty of Science and Engineering.

Exhibits will range from Segways to computer game technology, Oculus Rift to marine wildlife, chemistry experiments to healthcare sciences, with something for everyone and plenty of opportunity to get hands on. This event is suitable for adults, families and children over the age of five!

There is no need to book this event – simply turn up and have fun!

Science and Technology Showcase 2018

News release and images from the event

More than 1,000 children and teachers attended the event designed to demonstrate how exciting STEM can be at A level and in higher education.

Schools flock to Science and Technology Showcase