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2010 Young People’s Festival Discussion Forum

Supported by the STEM Careers Project

The Royal Academy of Engineering, BASF, Babcock, STEM, Centre for Science Education

The Institute of Physics 76, Portland Place, London W1
The Franklin Theatre
8 November, 13.00 to 16.30

 

1.00pm
Welcome by
Dr Andrew Millington, Director PAWS/EuroPAWS at OMNI Communications
and
Dr Pat Morton, Director of the STEM Careers Project
1.10pm Screenings 1: Extracts from:ALIENS OF THE AMAZON: Secret Alliance
Mona Lisa Production for ARTE (France/Germany)
THE VIRTUAL REVOLUTION: Homo Interneticus
BBC (UK)
VOLCANO THAT STOPPED THE WORLD
Pioneer Productions for Channel 4 (UK)
1.45pm Panel Led Discussion (1)Martin Mortimore, Producer, Volcano that Stopped the World
Pioneer Productions for Channel 4
Kelly Neaves, Recent MSc Student in Science Communication
Imperial College
Dr Pat Morton, Director of the STEM Careers Project
Dr Andrew Millington, Chair, Director PAWS/EuroPAWS at OMNI Communications
2.20pm Tea/Coffee Break
2.40pm Screenings 2: Extracts fromSECRETS IN SIBERIAN ICE
Hoferichter and Jacobs for ARTE (Germany/France) and MDR (Germany)
SENTINEL ANIMALS: Warning Air pollution!
Mona Lisa Production for ARTE (France/Germany)
WONDERS OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM
Episode 1: Empire of the Sun
BBC (UK)
3.25am Panel Led Discussion (2)Gideon Bradshaw, Producer Wonders of the Solar System, BBC
Dr Kate Bellingham, Broadcaster and Educationalist
Dominic Rees-Roberts, Recent MSc Student,
Science Communications, Imperial College
Dr Andrew Millington, Chair, Director, PAWS/EuroPAWS at OMNI Communications
4.00pm Discussion closes
Jury Meeting
4.30pm END