Crawley STEMfest aims to enthuse the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.
Crawley STEMfest – inspiring the next generation!
- Enthusing the Scientists, Technologists, Engineers and Mathematicians of the future
- Forging links with businesses in the STEM community
- Providing exciting hands-on experience of the latest innovations
Crawley STEMfest is a series of interactive activities, demonstrations, workshops and shows that will take place in schools, STEM Clubs and throughout the community in May and June 2013. Thousands of young people will be involved, along with their parents and teachers, and anyone who has an interest in or works in STEM.
It will help inspire the next generation to study and build careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths, and to develop the tools and techniques that will drive the economy of the future.
Incorporating: The Big Bang South East – The Hawth, Crawley, Tuesday 2nd July 2013.
See photos from the 2012 Big Bang South East
The headline event sponsor for Crawley STEMfest and the Big Bang South East is CGG, the world’s leading geophysical company. The events are organised by STEM Sussex, the outreach department of the Faculty of Science and Engineering at the University of Brighton, in partnership with Crawley Borough Council and Central Sussex College.
“Through Crawley STEMfest and the Big Bang South East, young people will get an idea of the opportunities ahead in an exciting and inspiring environment.”
Henry Smith, MP for Crawley
The second Crawley STEMfest, the South-East’s leading festival of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) for young people, got underway with a launch event hosted at Oriel High School, last week
Television’s Jon Tickle will be a guest at the Big Bang South East on 2nd July.
Award-winning comedian Helen Keen entertained guests at a unique event, the first of its kind at Manor Royal, with her show “It IS Rocket Science.”