Stephen Metcalfe, MP for South Basildon & East Thurrock, has welcomed the programme of events planned for the British Science Festival which will take place in September.
The British Science Festival is set to be one of the most ambitious live events since last year’s lockdown and is coming to Chelmsford from 7 - 11 September 2021.
Celebrating the people, stories, and ideas at the heart of science, the Festival features 100 free events, including specially curated talks, performances, installations and workshops.
From immersive after-dark installations and nature-inspired audio experiences, to in-depth discussions with some of the UK’s top scientists, the line-up offers something for everyone.
Held in partnership with Anglia Ruskin University and organised by the British Science Association, it is hoped the Festival will transform the city into a celebration of science and culture, as well as build lasting relationships with sponsors and the local community.
View the full programme and book here: www.britishsciencefestival.org
Stephen Metcalfe said: “Celebrating the people, stories and ideas at the heart of science, the British Science Festival programme offers more than 100 events and is an exciting opportunity which explores the ways that science crosses over everyday life.
From after-dark installations and nature-inspired audio experiences, to in-depth discussions with some of the UK’s top scientists, I am pleased the line-up offers something for everyone.”