Curious Stories spring up across the city
During half-term last week, STEM Ambassadors took to libraries and historically scientific relevant locations in the city, to read stories for children.
But not just any stories. These stories were specially selected to change perceptions of what science is and who scientists are.
Nearly 300 children and adults attended the 11 events, and we want to take this opportunity to share some photos, and say a massive thank you to the STEM Ambassadors and venues that hosted us.
Victoria at We the Curious
Playing with a magnifying glass at Wick Road Library
Kids listening at Wick Road Library
Rapt audience at Wick Road Library
Someone’s curious about something!
Tamsin reading Rosie Revere Engineer at Aerospace Bristol
A closer look at the Zoo in the Sky at Aerospace Bristol
Victoria and Bruno were popular at We the Curious
Tamsin gets into the story at Aerospace Bristol
Phil talks about Ada Twist and her adventures as a scientist
Carmella reads about the invisible world of microbes
Laura entertains at Aerospace Bristol
Kirsty delves into Einstein’s story at Mshed
Jane Carter trains STEM Ambassadors in reading books to children