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2012 St Paul's Way Summer Science School

Published on: 4 August 2012

On the 20th and 21st July 2012 St Paul’s Way Trust School held its inaugural Summer Science School, hosted by Professor Brian Cox, a Patron of the School, and will include a distinguished list of leading scientists discussing subjects as varied as “Exploring the Universe”, to “Science and Business”, through to the workings of the human nose.

This was a truly inspirational event for the students and guests, that showed passion at the heart of science, and its potential to change lives.

Please see the full event programme for 2012:

Professor Paul Brickell, executive director for Regeneration and Community Partnerships at the London Legacy Development Corporation, gave an excellent presentation on how the Faraday Centre and the Science Summer School fit within both the history and the new emerging science and technology hubs in the Lower Lea Valley.

Download his Speech

St Paul’s Way Summer Science School features in Evening Standard

Published on: 7 August 2012

Professor Brian Cox has been interviewed on the summer science school at St. Paul’s Way which he co-hosted with Andrew last month.

Andrew to host summer science school with Brian Cox

Published on: 17 July 2012

Andrew and Liz have brought together a seminal science summer school at St. Paul’s Way Trust School which Andrew will co-host with School’s Patron Brian Cox. During Friday 20th and Saturday 21st July, leading British scientists will speak at the school and interact with students inspiring the next generation of scientists.