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Online Workshop for Primary School Children – Cloud Catching (ages 7-11)

May 19, 2020

10:30 am

This workshop provides an introduction to clouds, how clouds are formed and different cloud types. Children can learn about our scientists that study clouds, and have a go at making their own cloud picture using household objects. This will last approximately 30 minutes.

To sign up, please visit  the website link below

A Vurtual Visit to the Boulby Underground Laboratory (ages 12+)

May 21, 2020

2:00 pm

The Boulby Underground Laboratory is the UK’s deepest science facility, situated in the Boulby Mine 1,100 m underground. From deep in the mine, the Boulby team are taking part in a wide variety of science: from searching for dark matter and testing robotics for future space exploration, to studying different materials and investigating the possibility of alien life. This event will include an introduction to the work done at the lab, and a virtual tour of the facility, as well as an opportunity to ask questions.

Please use website link below to book for this event

May Space Innovators: Westcott Business Incubation Centre Webinar Showcase

May 27, 2020

2:00 pm

- 4:00 pm

May Space Innovators: Westcott Business Incubation Centre Webinar Showcase
27 May 2pm – 4pm

This month, the Westcott Business Incubation Centre (Westcott BIC) will be hosting a showcase webinar. Those that attend will have an opportunity to find out more about an assortment of rocket propulsion, drone, autonomous systems and 5G communications start-ups that are current incubatees or alumni companies. Register now to find out more about the Westcott BIC business incubation programme.

Visit website link to register

Connect Harwell Seminar: Space radiation – the good, the bad and the downright nasty

July 7, 2020

10:00 am

- 11:00 am

European Space Agency | Fermi Avenue | Harwell Campus OX11 0FD | United Kingdom

Harwell connect logo yellow lrg 300x244 - Connect Harwell Seminar: Space radiation – the good, the bad and the downright nasty

You are invited to attend this unique seminar opportunity ideal for making connections in a relaxed and informal environment led by Cobham RAD Europe Ltd.

Join Cobham RAD Europe Ltd and the Connect Harwell team to explore how the space radiation environment affects satellite electronics during an interactive one hour seminar, providing you with the following tools:

  • Understanding of the risks to electronics in space
  • Awareness of techniques to mitigate harmful effects

There will also be a Q&A and networking opportunity to engage with the business experts and fellow delegates over light refreshments.

This is an open-to-all event, so feel free to pass this invitation on to any colleagues or contacts you think would benefit from the session.

The purpose of the Seminars is to share expertise around a key topic during regular, hour-long, value-added events for Harwell Campus organisations and Greater Oxfordshire.  Delegates will increase their knowledge and interact with experts in areas including marketing, networking, negotiating, legal, access to finance, data protection, accounting and more.

We’re looking forward to seeing you there!

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