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Book Now! Sensor City – Teacher Twilight Event
We’re really pleased to able to announce a – free to attend – Teacher Twilight session at one of our city’s newest & most exciting developments… Sensor City!
Sensor City is a collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University and is a flagship University Enterprise Zone. They enable industry and academic partners in a range of sectors to translate their innovative sensor concepts into commercially viable solutions. They also have lots of exciting plans to begin working with schools in our region & this is your chance to find out more about what’s coming up.
Date: 25th April 16:00 – 18:30
What will you experience?
At the event you will have the chance for a look round the new Sensor City building and get some information on upcoming events for students such as the Big Bang @Sensor City on Wednesday 16th May 2018 and other events & projects that you and your school can be part of.
The evening will include short inputs from…
Sensor City – find out who they are & what they are doing for schools & business
Girl Geeks – are on a mission to create positive interventions to inspire girls of all ages into the tech sector
All About STEM – get info about our Big Bang programme of events
Santander – hear about their Innovation Programme & work with schools
Plus Dane – find out about their school challenge & hacking event
16.00 – 16.30 – arrivals & refreshments
16.30 – 17.30 – talks & tours
17.30 – 18.30 – networking & individual consultations with organisations.
Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment!
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