Science centres and museums around the UK are celebrating Women & Girls in Science Day 2024 with a wide range of events, activities and campaigns to highlight that science is for everyone.
ASDC announces the 12 science and discovery centres co-developing a Logic Model that defines, guides, supports and evidences meaningful practice in values-led, inclusive STFC science engagement within our Informal Science Learning sector.
Over 50 science communicators, astronomers, scientists, and planetarium presenters zoomed in for the first in a series of lunchtime Community Space Calls run by ASDC as part of the UK Space Agency funded, Destination Space programme.
We're pleased to announce the ASDC National Conference 2024 will be at The Royal Society in London on 18th and 19th November.
A quick round up of ASDC highlights from over the year
ASDC, the Museums Association and the Liminal Space were honoured to be invited to the House of Lords on 24th November 2023 by invitation of the National Windrush Museum and the Royal Museums Greenwich.
The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) has published a new guidance report providing six practical recommendations, underpinned by high quality evidence, about how to make meaningful improvements to primary science teaching.
Protect Our Planet is an inspiring event run by the UK Space Education Office (ESERO-UK) at STEM Learning, in collaboration with the European Space Agency and the UK Space Agency. POP23 boasts an interactive and inspiring programme of climate change experts, exciting sessions, and effective actions.
ASDC volunteer winner from Wonderseekers Young Steering Group shares his thoughts and experiences from his prize visit to Kew Gardens over half term.
We’re thrilled to announce the recipients of the Marsh Trust Volunteer of the Year Award 2023, following the award ceremony at the ASDC Conference in Belfast last month. This award,…