The second edition of the Polish-British Science Forum will take place on 20 September in London. It will bring top scientists and innovators from the UK and Poland to showcase scientific collaboration between the countries and discuss the challenges and opportunities for Women in STEM.
The event will consist of thematic workshops and blocks, led by high-level representatives of research and innovation institutions. Among others, participants will discuss the issue of gender equality in STEM, and whether AI and new technologies will improve gender inclusion in the field.
The Science Forum provides a platform for researchers, scientists and universities from the UK and from Poland to connect with each other, learn about new opportunities, discuss the issues of the day and share experience of doing research in Poland and the UK. Selected edtech companies from both countries will also display their innovative solutions.
The Forum is a joint initiative of the British Embassy Warsaw, the Polish Embassy UK, the UK Science and Innovation Network and the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education. The first edition of the Forum, which took place in September 2018 in Warsaw, brought together over 200 participants to discuss Polish-British cooperation in science and innovation.
Registration to the Science Forum is now open – registration is free but places are limited.
- August 29, 2019 at 1:03 pm by Editor (displayed above)
- August 29, 2019 at 1:03 pm by Editor