Through practical experiments in the classroom, stimulated by striking photographs of science in action, and encouraging response through writing and art, children become excited and engaged by science, and amazed at its creativity.
Being involved in a SAW workshop has proved excellent training for young scientists and a fantastic re-invigorator for experienced practitioners. See what previous participants have said.
We’re interested in hearing from scientists who would like to be involved. Please email us your CV if you would like to take part.
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SAW founder Anne Osbourn is a practising scientist – currently Associate Research Director and Institute Strategic Programme Leader, Plant and Microbial Metabolism at the John Innes Centre in Norwich. She has an international reputation for her work on plants and plant diseases.
She is an ardent advocate of science and scientists engaging more fully with society. Her passion is inspiring children about science, and she is fascinated by the processes of creativity and exploration that underpin both scientific and artistic endeavour.