Join in the fun on the 12th October 2019, and experience a family-orientated science event in Collier Row at the North Romford Community Association.
On 12th October 2019, the public will have the chance to experience a mini celebration of biology, which will involve fun activities for all the family, whilst also encouraging the younger generations into STEM through engaging hands-on science activities.
The event, which begins at 13:30 and ends at 15:30, will involve stalls featuring unique science shops, science experiments and information on careers in biology, all while raising money for the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
Ideja Bajra, the 16 year old Sixth Form student organising the event, will also be giving a speech explaining what inspired her to create the event, but also how her love for science was nurtured from a young age.
Dr Mark Downs, Chief Executive of the Royal Society of Biology, says: “Biology affects us all: biological research has helped provide food, medicines, vaccinations, and much more. We have organised Biology Week to share our fascination with the world around us.”
The event is free to attend and is open to all. Attendees are more than welcome to drop in and out at any time they wish.