Subject

1

Date & time

Fri, 1 Mar 2019
10:45 - 15:45

Venue

Emmanuel Centre, London
9 - 23 Marsham Street
London, SW1P 3DW

Ticket price

£23 + VAT* *Plus one complimentary staff ticket per ten students

About this day

For A-level and IB students

Our ever popular Biology in Action programme returns in spectacular style in 2018/19! Five interactive and engaging sessions delivered by renowned scientists and communicators will inspire and motivate your students. A special session with hints and tips for revision and examination success will provide students with the tools to succeed. These are unmissable and tremendously popular programmes – secure places as soon as possible and amend numbers in September if needed.

“I don’t remember a better student conference – we thought every speaker was excellent – just the right level, all animated, engaging and well prepared..”

“We and the students had such a good experience yesterday I would like to go again next time and wanted to book it in with the school ASAP!!”

Programme & speakers

Sound science or fake news? Insights from the world of biomedical publishing Sabina Alam, F1000

In an era of “fake news” we all need to understand how science works. Join Sabina to discover the role that scientific editors and publishers play in ensuring the integrity of what gets published, and what they do when things go wrong…

Sabina Alam

About Sabina Alam

Sabina Alam is the Editorial Director of F1000 Platforms, a member of COPE (Committee on Publication Ethics) and the World Association of Medical Editors (WAME).

The biology of cancer Clare Isacke, Institute of Cancer Research

How do you get cancer? Can you prevent or cure cancer? Clare will discuss how the revolution in molecular biology has helped devise better prevention strategies and new treatments, and will address the economic challenges we face in modern medicine.

Clare Isacke

About Clare Isacke

Clare is Professor of Molecular Cell Biology, Deputy Director and Academic Dean at The Institute of Cancer Research.

Everest lab - the science of high altitude survival Greg Foot, Science presenter and communicator

What happens to your body when you push it somewhere it’s not built to go – to the top of the world? With interactive experiments & stunning videos from his trek, join TV Science Presenter Greg Foot to find out.

Greg Foot

About Greg Foot

Greg is a Science Presenter on TV, on YouTube and on Stage.