As always, we can’t deliver an exciting and fun-filled festival without the help of our elite team of volunteers! Volunteering for the Nottingham Festival of Science & Curiosity is an all-encompassing experience where you’ll get to meet fascinating people and be involved in all sorts of curious activities.
If you’re interested in volunteering in future festivals, get in touch by clicking the button below.
If you or your organisation are interested in supporting the festival and reaching an ever growing local audience, then get in touch by clicking the button below.
Festival activities are run by loads of different people – university academics and students, but also community groups, school pupils, local businesses, comedians, museums and more!
If you’re interested in running an activity during the festival, please click the button below.
We are running a range of projects with schools as part of the 2019 festival, including:
- A project with five primary schools and University of Nottingham scientists looking at pathogens in tomato plants, funded by the British Plant Pathology Society
- A project with up to 30 primary schools where pupils will gather data for a city-wide citizen science project about biodiversity and air quality using our ecoKits, funded by the University of Nottingham
- A project with the Nottingham Children’s Hospital School, funded by the Royal College of Pathologists
- A project with three primary schools involving neuroscience undergraduate students from the University of Nottingham
- A Careers Day for secondary school pupils at BioCity
- The Real Science in Schools Symposium showcasing the authentic scientific research being done by pupils in Nottingham
If you are interested in any of these projects, or want to talk about how we could work with your school, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org