Science for the World

The 18th Annual Schools Science Conference was held in collaboration with the University of Westminster on Wednesday 21st April 2021

Welcome to the Virtual Conference 2021

2020 saw the first global pandemic since the pandemic of the Spanish Flu in 1918 with less profound other pandemics in 1957 and 1968. This has affected the entire world and changed society worldwide. Scientists of all kinds have been essential - from Respiratory Scientists through to Virologists, from Immunologists through to Clinical Perfusionists – we all have had a key role to play.

Big global questions have arisen such as; has the world responded and dealt with this appropriately? Where are we with worldwide vaccine availability, healthcare, food supply maintenance, has the impact on the environment been considered enough and how could the world be better placed to deal with another pandemic? Are you going to be part of the next generation of Healthcare Scientists fighting to answer these burning issues?

Watch the whole conference, using the link above, or select any of the individual presentations using the links below
An opportunity to meet the Scientists
See the projects and find out who won the trophy
Watch and hear these inspiring talks
A workshop presented by The Royal College of Pathologists
Download the Science for the World programme
See the members of this year's organising committee
What did you think of this online event?

2020 saw the first global pandemic since the pandemic of the Spanish Flu in 1918

Scientists of all kinds have been needed like never before in the modern era - from Respiratory Scientists through to Virologists, from Immunologists through to Clinical Perfusionists – all have had a key role to play