We are delighted to announce that the 2018 ASDC National Conference will be hosted at the Museum of Science and Industry on the 9th and 10th of October.
The Science and Heritage Career Ladder run by Thinktank is a sustainable and structured employment-based training programme for young people from Birmingham to develop new skills in science and heritage communication.
As Operation Earth launches in Science Centres across the UK for half term, we are delighted to have the new Science Minister's support for Science Centres and our new national STEM programme funded by NERC.
The Creative Museum project reflects the changing context of how we work, collaborate and see both the museum and external world as potential spaces for creativity.The Toolkit shares these concepts…
Improving Science Education is a new funding scheme, launched by the Wellcome Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) in December 2017. This one-off scheme aims to generate new evidence about science teaching, with the particular aim of closing the science attainment and progression gap that exists between disadvantaged pupils and their more affluent peers.
The UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres and the UK Space Agency are delighted to announce that they will once again join forces to bring the latest space science…
The Science Museum Group are launching a public competition to find the final venue to host The National Tour of Tim Peake’s Spacecraft and Space Descent VR for up to three months in autumn 2018.
The UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ASDC), The Royal Society of Chemistry and BOC are delighted to announce the selection of nine excellent Science Centres who will together deliver ‘The Secret World of Gases’, an exciting new programme for families looking at the gases that are all around us.
The House of Commons Education Committee, chaired by the Rt Hon Robert Halfon MP, met for the first time on Tuesday 12 September and agreed its initial programme of work for the new Parliament. The Committee agreed that its work in this Parliament will focus on two themes: social justice and productivity.
The latest research which provides a ‘state of the nation’ picture of primary science teaching across the UK commissioned by Wellcome and carried out by CFE Research is available to download.