From the breathtaking scale and beauty of stars and galaxies, to the amazing diversity of life on earth in all its weirdness and wonder, our universe is incredible! Drop in any time to join the Youth and Schools team from the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion, Cambridge, as we explore these wonders. We’ll be getting hands-on with a whole range of science experiments and activities, as we celebrate science as an amazing way that we can learn more and more about the wonders of our world.
Team members and session leaders present across these days will include, but not be limited to:
Lizzie coordinates the Youth and Schools Programme at the Faraday Institute for Science and Religion. She and her team create books and resources; engage in educational research; and run workshops for young people, and training for educators – all on the topic of ‘Big Questions’ about science, religion and more! Lizzie holds a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge specialising in Evolutionary Biology, Geology, and the History and Philosophy of Science. She has always enjoyed asking questions about anything and everything and loves to see young people open their eyes and minds to explore the biggest questions of life, the universe, and everything. Lizzie can usually be found travelling around with boxes and bags full of fossils, skulls, chemicals, jelly, hats, fairy wings and all kinds of other exciting and explosive things!