Development Trust staff lend a hand at British Science Festival
Members of the University of Aberdeen Development Trust help out at Europe's biggest science festival
As the University of Aberdeen proudly hosts Europe’s biggest science festival, members of the Development Trust have been lending their support by taking on the roles of Zone Managers to help ensure that the huge programme of events runs as smoothly as possible.
The British Science Festival takes place from 4 – 9 September 2012 with a programme of events for people of all ages and interests. A stimulating programme has been developed, featuring leading academics, award-winning commentators, science communicators, authors and performers set against the backdrop of an international media presence.
An exciting schools programme is complementing the main festival, offering young people of all ages the chance to get involved in science, technology, engineering and maths.
For more information, visit the British Science Festival website.
The Development Trust is an independent charity registered in Scotland which raises essential funds to support much of the University’s activities such as vital medical research as well as supporting students through the provision of scholarships, bursaries and facilities and preserving the University’s rich heritage. Funding from alumni, individuals, companies, organisations and the community is essential to enable a wide range of activities.