Hot Water is a national short film competition, launching on World Water Day March 22nd at the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust in Barnes. Brought to you by Cool it Schools.com the creative environmental programme, in partnership with WaterAid, Waterwise and Wildscreen Film Festival. Open to young people and students age 5 - 25 years. Hot Water celebrates the UN International Year of Water Cooperation. Films can explore any aspect of water and there is a useful resource pack available on the Cool it Schools website.
Glasgow Science Festival (GSF) will return from the 6th – 16th June 2013. The theme is ‘Glasgow, Naturally’, tying in with Scottish Government’s ‘Year of Natural Scotland’. So expect lots of events exploring the environment, sustainability, ecology and conservation. And lots more. With our rich history with greats such as Lord Kelvin and celebrating current innovators, Glasgow is ‘naturally’ the home for Engineering. The ‘Glasgow Miracle’ describes the phenomenon of incredibly successful contemporary artists coming out of the City.
In 2013 the British Science Festival travels to Newcastle. People from all over Newcastle, the North East and the UK will come together the celebrate the impact that science, engineering and technology have on our lives. From shows and workshops for the whole family to discussions of the very latest scientific breakthroughs, there will be something for everyone at the British Science Festival. Register to be among the first to receive information about the programme.
Manchester Science Festival is an annual nine-day, multi-venue festival that engages and inspires people with science, building their confidence in exploring and questioning science in the most creative ways possible.
The ESRC Festival of Social Science is a week-long nationwide festival which celebrates the social sciences. Taking place each autumn, the Festival offers a fascinating insight into some of the country's leading social science research and how it influences our social, economic and political lives - both now and in the future. You may be surprised at just how relevant the Festival's events are to society today. Social science research makes a difference.