Cutting edge conference for all maths and science teachers – FREE 28 and 29th June 2016

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This free, high-profile conference attracts teachers of Mathematics and Science from across the North West, coming to engage with cutting edge research at the University of Manchester across the fields of Physics, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Engineering and beyond.

The conference is free, but it is necessary to register – and recommended that you register asap.

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At our Maths and Sciences Teachers Conference, all educators in secondary Biology, Chemistry, Maths, and Physics are invited UoM STEM Teacher Conference 2016 to find out about research taking place at The University of Manchester that is relevant to your own professional development. If you want to know what research is happening NOW in your field, or want an up to date example to illustrate to
your students the purpose and application of your subject – then this conference will be of interest to you.
Biology and Chemistry day Tuesday 28 June 2016, 9:30am – 4pm
Keynote address:Professor Caroline Dive, Deputy Director, Cancer Research UK, Manchester Institute and Senior Group leader of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology
Maths and Physics day Wednesday 29 June 2016, 9:30am-4pm
Keynote address: Professor Danielle George, Professor of Radio Frequency Engineering in our School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering