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Summer Science Exhibition

The Royal Society's annual Summer Science Exhibition is made up of 22 exhibits showcasing some of the best research being done right now across the UK. At the event, members of the public, teachers and students have the opportunity to talk to scientists about their discoveries and to take part in hands on activities to explore the research.

A student exploring the 'Quantum sensing the brain' exhibit at the 2018 Summer Science Exhibition

Many of the exhibits contain science that is shaping our future and that directly relates to the curriculum. Teachers can access these examples for use in their lessons even if they were unable to attend the event in person. 

Summer Science Exhibition 2019

Registration for schools to attend the next Summer Science Exhibition will open in early 2019. If you are interested in bringing a school group and want to be among the first to know when applications go live, please fill out our expression of interest form.

If you have never been to the exhibition before, please follow the links below to find out more.

If you have any questions, please email the Education Outreach Team.

Royal Society Schools Network blog

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