By Hayley Smith images by Jacqueline Mellisande http://mellisande.uk/ On the 19th March, 2016, the British Science Association held in my opinion the most popular Science in the Park event to date, with visitor numbers in excess of 7000. Set against the stunning backdrop of the Wollaton hall and deer gardens, a day of investigation and …Read More
If you came to Science in the Park 2016 – thank you and I hope you had a great time. Thank you to all our exhibitors, volunteers, visitors and Wollaton Hall (who hosted us for free) for making this day possible. Over 7000 people attended, which far exceeded our expectations. Thank you to everyone for …Read More
We heard about Zombies at the Halloween edition of the SciBar series. Want a flavour? See the review in Left Lion.
February’s SciBar was a special one. We moved over to the Ocean Tavern to accommodate Matt Parker. The evening was a fabulous success. Don’t believe me? Read all about it below. LeftLion Review of Matt Parker’s SciBar. Gav Squire’s interview with Matt Parker after the SciBar Special. Future Scibars are listed in the calendar or on …Read More
For one night only, SciBar moves to the Ocean Tavern (below Annie’s Burger bar) because we have Matt Parker of the festival of the Spoken Nerd. Woo!
Science in the Park 2016 is nearly here! http://nottsbsa.org/science-in-the-park-2016/
Come along to the Nottingham Future Debate! This is part of a national series of debates from the British Science Association http://www.britishscienceassociation.org/future-debates We ask: Who controls the robots? What happens when things go wrong? Who can we blame? This is a Question and Answer session with experts in autonomous cars, cognition, artificial intelligence and communication. …Read More
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The Sixth Annual Science in the Park took place in Wollaton Hall on Saturday 15th March attracting over three thousand local families looking for an exciting and alternative fun day out. The children were treated to experiments demonstrating explosions simulating space rockets with effervescent vitamin tablets and fibre-optic displays. Each presentation was conducted by personable …Read More
This year (2014) I was the volunteer co-ordinator for Science in the Park. My role was to recruit, train and organize the volunteers for the day. I’m also a local committee member for the Nottinghamshire British Science Association branch, so I’ve seen this years Science in the Park develop over the last 12 months. I …Read More