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Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London, SW7 5BD

A conference focusing on higher education policy issues relevant to UK universities

The conference themes are:

  1. Schools and young peoples' engagement with science
  2. The public understanding and engagement in science
  3. Credibility and the role of experts
  4. The role of the media in public understanding of science


Our conference programme, with the full list of speakers, will be out soon!


  • HUBS member rate: £110 (email Eleanor Kirby-Green for your special discount code)
  • Non-member rate: £150


If you have any questions about the conference, please contact Professor Andrew Lawrence or Dr Angela Priestman. For booking enquiries, please contact Eleanor Kirby-Green.


The conference will take place in the Darwin Centre in the Orange Zone of the Museum.

The nearest Tube stations are Gloucester Road and South Kensington on the District, Piccadilly and Circle lines. Both stations are approximately five minutes' walk from the museum.

Please note there are no parking facilities on-site and parking around the Museum is limited. Further information on getting to the Museum can be found online.


Cancellation before November 1st = 100% refund
Cancellation between November 1st - 9th = 50% refund
Cancellation from November 9th onwards = 0% refund