King’s is hosting its first ever Science and Engineering Gala

Are you ready to provide for the scientists of the future?

We live in exciting times. Soon we could be colonising space; using nanotechnology to improve the environment and propel major advances in medicine—and even using artificially-intelligent robots to do our daily chores.

Pushing the boundaries of science into the stratosphere is one thing. Supporting the process is another. You could play a big part in helping our next generation of scientists and engineers to realise their ambition.

At The King’s School, we’re focused on bringing together wide-eyed young talent and the nurturing processes that will turn them into world-leading scientists and innovators.

Step into a brave new world over dinner:

King’s is hosting its first ever Science and Engineering Gala for all local students aged 14-18, followed by a Fundraising Dinner on Friday 10th November. The Gala promises to be a significant milestone in developing the resources and talent we all need as we move into a technology-driven future. The theme of the Dinner is ‘Inspiring Minds’ in Science and Engineering. The Dinner will bring together members of the science community, influential businesses and King’s Alumni such as Professor of Biochemistry, Hagan Bayley, for an evening of discovery, debate and networking.

We are welcoming guests from Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM)-related businesses, interested individuals, members of trade organisations, businesses servicing the science sector, marketers, educators and potential sponsors all stand to benefit from increased knowledge and opportunity.

It’s widely acknowledged that the science sector will define our next stage of human evolution. And it’s no secret that there’s a skills gap in training the next generation. Which is why James Dyson has set up a new university to develop much-needed engineering skills.

What better way to be part of this new wave of scientific discovery than by meeting the people who are at the forefront of British innovation over an entertaining dinner?

Don’t miss out on this significant event.

Tickets costing £39 are still available from Anthony Hopkinson at amh@kingschester.co.uk or by calling 01244 689494.

Sponsorship of the event is still open, please mention this when contacting Anthony if you’d like to know more about how you or your business can help.

For every ticket sold King’s will receive £200 in match-funding from two generous donors.

 

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