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National Science & Engineering Week
National Science & Engineering Week (NSEW) is a great week of events that celebrate science and engineering in the UK. NSEW 2013 takes place 15-24 March 2013, and is themed Inventions and Discoveries - celebrating the 'everyman' scientist. Events will be run across London, offering the chance to get involved and inspire the next generation of UK scientists.
Arguably the world's most comprehensive collection of science, technology, industry and medicine. Interactive exhibits enable students to explore a range of scientific areas
Thames Barrier & Exhibition
Built in 1984, this colossal piece of engineering protects London from from potential floods. There is an interesting exhibition exploring the history of the Thames and Thames Barrier
London Aquarium Presentations
This new £25million facility not only offers a great visit, but can also offer tailored presentations for your group for a variety of subject including science, leisure and toursm and art.
This is one of the world's leading zoo's with over 600 breeds. They can also organise a variety of educational programmes for all levels of students, including an educational seminar
The world's leading museum of natural history, which contains a range of interactive and world leading exhibitions
Royal Observatory Greenwich
Founded in 1675, this exhibition includes time-pieces, a history of the observatory, the Greenwich Meridian line, the history of time and astronomy and the giant refracting telescope
The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew aims to increase public knowledge and understanding of the value and importance of plants and to increase recognition of, and support for, their work. Assisted visits, including workshops, tours or lectures are available
Centre of the Cell is an educational charity dedicated to inspiring curiosity and learning by connecting science to everyday life.
The Centre opened in September 2009 and the Centre of the Cell is the first science education centre in the world to be located within medical research laboratories. Students can visit to learn more about human biology and all groups are joined by a STEM Ambassador who will be available to answer questions from your group.
Royal Institute LíOreal Young Scientist Centre
Explore over 200 years of history making science. From the odds and ends that became the first elecrical transformer to the tube that told us why the sky is blue, you can see the objects that Ri scientists built and used in some of the world's most famous experiments over the last 200 years.
With locations at the Science Museum or London IMAX, your group can go on a science adventure like no other. Board the Hubble Spacecraft with astronaughts, or go to the bottom of the ocean in a submarine! This great cinematic experience brings experiences to life in huge 3D reality.