A unique opportunity to showcase your research at the UK’s most prestigious science exhibition. Applications to exhibit at the 2024 Summer Science Exhibition are now open.
If you are interested in attending an online session with the public engagement team on 5 September 2023 (12:00-13:00), please register here.
For all enquires, please email us.
Find out more about exhibiting at the Summer Science Exhibition.
The call for proposals will close at 3pm on Monday 2 October 2023.
Submit a proposal
Each year over 13,000 members of the public, including 2,000 school students, visit the Summer Science Exhibition. Many more are reached through coverage on TV, in the media and online.
The exhibition provides a unique opportunity to raise the profile of your research and institution with key influencers, including potential funders, government and the public. We welcome proposals from researchers in academia, industry and in between, as long as the project lead is UK-based.
Learn more about the process and benefits of exhibiting at the Summer Science Exhibition.
Writing your proposal
The Summer Science Exhibition Committee will invite 21 research exhibits to take part in the 2023 Summer Science Exhibition.
They aim to select exhibits that cover a broad spectrum of scientific disciplines. Three groups will also be selected as reserves.
Selection will be based on:
- Quality and cutting edge science
The most important component: the science on show should be novel, robust and ground-breaking
- Interactive and hands-on elements
Wherever possible, exhibits should contain elements that visitors can touch and try out to understand the scientific concepts behind the research
- Interest to a broad audience
The most successful exhibits are those that are relevant to visitors or their experiences
Learn more about exhibiting at the Summer Science Exhibition or read our guide for industry exhibitors.
If you have any questions, please email us on email@example.com or call on +44 20 7451 2582.
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