Art of Science Gallery Launched

We’ve launched our online Art of Science Gallery! We find Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths and Medicine (STEMM) really inspirational and we know lots of you do too. This is an opportunity for professional artists and amateurs alike to share the Art they have produced that has been inspired by STEMM.

We’re looking for creations across many themes and in many different media, from people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.

View the gallery and make submissions here – we can’t wait to see what you create!

“Behind the Scenes” Podcast

Natalie took part in a “Beyond Your Research Degree” podcast by the University of Exeter Doctoral College, which was published in September. If you’d like to know a bit about what goes on behind the scenes from Natalie’s perspective – the process and rationale for making the science centre, the (charitable) business perspective, plus an insight into all the groups we’re working with across the city – then have a listen!

It’s available on PodBean, Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Stitcher.

We’re in the i news!

We’re delighted to have an article written about us in the i news, online here and in print on 26th May 2020 (see below)! The fantastic article was written by Environment Reporter Madeleine Cuff, who spoke to Natalie and Alice about their ambitions for the Exeter Science Centre.

Here’s a few of our favourite quotes from the article:

“The pair want to re-brand the South West as the Silicon Valley of the UK”

“Coaxing the so-called “hard to reach” parts of society through the centre’s doors is central to their ambition of bringing good science to all.”

“coronavirus will not be the last major scientific challenge the world will face, by a long chalk. Dr Mills and Dr Whitehead are convinced now is the time to prepare the public for the hurdles still to come.”

Madeleine Cuff, i news

Science as Art Gallery Launched

We’ve launched our online Science as Art Gallery! This is a great opportunity for everyone to get creative with their cameras, and discover the science going on all around us. It’s also a way for STEMM researchers to view their research in a new light – and share it with the public!

View the gallery and make submissions here – we can’t wait to see your contributions!