Subject

3

Date & time

Tue, 3 Dec 2024
10:00 - 15:00

Venue

King's House Conference Centre, Manchester
King's Church, Sidney Street
Manchester, M1 7HB

Ticket price

£24 + VAT @20%* *Plus one complimentary staff ticket per ten students

About this day

For A-level, IB, BTEC Level 3 and T Level physics students

Join us for an exciting day of informative discussions, interactive sessions and inspirational stories that will give your students real insight into the world of physics beyond the classroom. Our experienced speakers are keen to share their expertise on a wide range of topics, from space exploration to particle physics, and to shed some light on various different pathways that exist to a successful science career.

The day will also include a special session on examination success designed to provide students with the tools that they need to excel. With polls and quizzes throughout the day and plenty of opportunities to ask the scientists questions, this event is a must for KS5 physics students! Book now for Physics in Action!

Host and Exam Session: Lewis Matheson (Physics Online)

More speakers for this exciting event will be announced shortly

 

“An engaging balance of useful physics content and real-world applications and career links.”

— Ripley St Thomas Church of England School —

Programme & speakers

Atoms for Space: Taking Nuclear Science to the Skies Tim Gregory, Nuclear Scientist

Radiation has breathed life into spacecraft for decades. From Moon landers to interstellar voyagers, many of our most beloved missions have been powered by atomic energy. Miniature fission reactors and advanced nuclear batteries will allow humanity to explore the rest of the solar system… and build habitats on the surfaces of other worlds.

Tim Gregory

About Dr Tim Gregory

Tim is a nuclear chemist whose lab work takes him to the forefront of clean energy production, nuclear medicine research, and space exploration. With a PhD in meteorite science he has appeared on BBC4’s The Sky at Night and the BBC2 series Astronauts: Do You Have What It Takes?