The 17th annual Science and the Parliament event will this year concentrate on Education and Skills
The Royal Society of Chemistry organise this event on behalf of the science and engineering community. The central theme for this year's event is: Education and Skills and the keynote and panel speaker programme will be informed by the Scottish Government's five year STEM Education and Training Strategy
, launched in October 2017 and the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the Young Academy of Scotland consultation: Tapping All Our Talents: Six Years On
, a review into the progress that has been made towards equality in the Scottish STEM workplace over the past six years: The enquiry, led by Professor Lesley Yellowlees CBE, is due this Autumn.
RSC will be inviting individual delegates and exhibiting partner organisations from across the scientific community in Scotland to take part.
Who should attend?
The audience will be made up of people from the education sector, broader scientific community - public, private & third sector, as well as policy makers including leading politicians.
Full details, including speakers and registration, are available on the Royal Society of Chemistry website
Meet the RSB
Visit the RSB Scotland branch
exhibitor stand and meet the committee. Dr Stephen Benn
, the Society's director of parliamentary affairs will also be at the event and can advise you on how the Society can support your work.