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- 03 Feb 2021
Steve Spangler is the teacher you always wanted to have in school. Things fizz, pop and explode and you can’t help but fall in love with science. He’s a best-selling author, STEM educator and host of his own television series. With more than 1,500 television appearances and multiple Emmy awards to his credit, Steve is also a regular guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. Steve’s videos on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and now TikTok have close to one billion views, and his books and online experiments are widely used by parents and educators to increase student engagement and inspire young scientists to learn more about STEM-based careers.
The Royal Institution (Ri) has a vision for the world in which everyone is inspired to think more deeply about science and its place in our lives. Home to scientific giants including Michael Faraday, Humphry Davy, Kathleen Lonsdale and John Tyndall, discoveries made here have shaped the modern world. Vitally, these scientists understood the importance of sharing their work with the wider public.
Today the Royal Institution continues its mission to create opportunities for everyone to discover, discuss and critically examine science and how it shapes the world around us. Building on its heritage, the Royal Institution provides science education and public engagement for people of all ages around the world – from the world-famous Christmas Lectures and public talks from the world's greatest thinkers in its historic lecture theatre to a successful YouTube channel with 900,000+ subscribers and a programme of masterclasses for young people in mathematics, engineering and computer science. In addition, there are hands-on science workshops in its L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre, award-winning animations and films and the preservation of its scientific legacy through the Faraday Museum and archival collections.
- 20 Jan 2021
Dr David Banfield is currently a Professor in the Division of Life Science at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. David’s research focuses on how the basic building block of life – the “cell” – works. His educational mission is to convey to students and society at large that science, and being a scientist, is relevant, relatable, fascinating and fun!
彭大偉教授 Croucher Scholars 裘槎科學家 HKUST 香港科技大學 life sciences