Wednesday 24th of September, The Royal Society, London
The 2014 ASDC National Conference Exhibitors
Longitude Prize 2014
Longitude Prize is a
challenge to science and technology to solve one of the greatest challenges of
our time - growing resistance to antibiotics. It is being developed and
delivered by Nesta, the UK's innovation agency, with the Technology Strategy
Board as launch funding partner. There are 5 years to solve the challenge which
is to develop a rapid, cost effective, point of care diagnostic tool, and it
has a £10m prize fund. Find out how you could get involved at
Natural History Museum Touring Exhibitions
Museum's International Engagement team offers consultancy services and touring
exhibitions to institutions worldwide. Exhibitions feature the world-renowned
Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition, to crowd-pleasing dinosaurs to
specimen-rich exhibitions with unique objects from our extensive collections.
As a leading international research institution, our work draws on the
experience and expertise of the 300 scientists working at the Museum.
OÜ Ten Twelve
MUSEKO is a
full-service exhibition design, engineering and building agency.
approach to design, engineering and programming allows us to build stunning
exhibitions that are attractive, intuitive to use and work flawlessly. We
really do go the extra mile to fascinate and educate your visitors.
Using this recipe we
have been making attractive and engaging exhibits for over 10 years.
Royal Society of Chemistry
With over 49,000
members and a knowledge business that spans the globe, we are the UK's professional
body for chemical scientists, supporting and representing our members and
bringing together chemical scientists from all over the world.
We want everyone to
experience the excitement and value of the chemical sciences. Our members and
supporters reach out to people all over the world, from schoolchildren to
scientists to political leaders, to connect them with chemistry.
Our Outreach team aim
to bring people closer to chemistry through activities which give them
unexpected encounters with the science that surrounds them. We give chemists
the skills and opportunities to engage others with the chemical sciences. And
we research public attitudes so that people in the chemical science community
can make their outreach activities more effective.
We promote genuine
research in schools inspiring students and their teachers. CERN@school puts
detectors from the Large Hadron Collider into schools to encourage authentic
research and collaboration with data on projects including a new style cosmic
ray detector LUCID, recently launched on TechDemoSat-1 which uses the same