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Botox and bladders: A medical marvel

  • Tuesday 24th May, 2022 – 7pm
  • The Royal Institution, London

Overactive bladder is more common than diabetes and heart disease combined. It affects over 200 million people worldwide. Socially embarrassing and restrictive, most patients suffer in silence. Joi...

ATOM Science Festival

  • Friday 3rd June, 2022 – 10am
  • Rye Meadow, Abingdon

ATOM Festival of Science and Technology, is providing a FREE Family Science Fair on Friday June 3rd, 10am - 3pm Bring the whole family to a fun-filled day of hands-on science activities, demonstr...

I'm a Scientist: Cancer Zone

  • Monday 6th June, 2022
  • Online

Throughout June 2022, connect students with people finding the causes and cures for cancer. Students can see the applications of their learning outside of the classroom by connecting with cancer resea...

International Women in Engineering Day - Engineering for Quality of Life

  • Thursday 23rd June, 2022 – 11am
  • University of Huddersfield Queensgate Campus, Huddersfield

Dr Leigh Fleming’s research focuses on the use of precise measurement techniques and engineering principles to improve quality of life - this includes the application of specialist engineering knowle...

I'm a Medic, Get me out of here

  • Online

Open to: Schools across the Midlands Connect your students with local healthcare workers in the Primary Care Zone, funded by the Nottinghamshire Alliance Training Hub. Students can begin to identify ...

The hopes and hype of psychedelic therapy for depression

  • The Royal Institution, London

We’ve long been trying to find a cure for depression. From the ancient Greeks to Freud, and from therapy rooms to the Prozac revolution, how far have we come? In this talk, Alex Riley explores the...