Are you aged between 13-16 and want to develop your knowledge of biodiversity and nature?
The Museum of Zoology is running a FREE two-day event in the summer holidays aimed at getting you more involved with nature and building biology-based skills! Attendees will also get the opportunity to design their own project and gain a CREST award to put on university applications.
On the 18th we will cover different techniques used to survey biodiversity and explore what we find out in the wild. While on the 19th, we will give you the opportunity to see what you can discover about nature by creating your own science experiment.
The event will take place between 12:00-16:00 on the 18th and 19th of August. We will gather at the Museum before making our way over to Pembroke gardens to study its nature and biodiversity.
If you’d like to take part, register for the event below:
All those attending the event will be invited to a mini science conference at the Museum of Zoology where teens will be given the opportunity to present a poster of their project should they wish to.
This project also offers the opportunity for teens to join exclusive tours to the University Botanical Gardens and Herbarium, as well as the Museum of Zoology (see the Museum Eventbrite account for more details).