Live Q&A with Professor Brian Cox: Your class can watch along live!
17 November 2014
The Future of Innovation, Connectivity & Discovery Series STEM talk series continues: your students can watch along live as Professor Brian Cox takes questions from students across the UK.
This is a special a campaign for our leading STEM speakers to give students a glimpse into the amazing amounts of creativity, imagination and problem-solving required to help change the world for the better and create solutions for society.
Want to see the advice Professor Cox has for students needing some STEM inspiration? Classes can submit questions on social media to be one of the lucky schools that has their question asked on the day! Any state school or college can tune in to the live-stream on the day and be a part of the conversation using #S4SSTEM or #S4SLiveTalks.
Brian will be sharing his personal views on why the natural sciences are so fascinating, how studying, investing in scientific discovery and education will continue to propel our society into the future.
What: A chance to hear Prof. Brian Cox’s personal advice and views on the future of scientific discovery, and why students should be excited by where STEM subjects are going for their generation.
When: Friday 21st November, 11:15 AM
How: To watch the live-stream on the day, get a reminder & find out more visit and bookmark our Google+ Events page.
Remember! This will be streamed via YouTube so be sure remove any network blocks ahead of the event! Have questions about unblocking YouTube? Let us know and we can help.
Want to know what this event will look like? See a short video of our first live event of the series with Wikipedia Founder, Jimmy Wales!
This talk is a part of The Future of Innovation, Connectivity & Discovery autumn talk series with Speakers for Schools, and with special thanks to partners Google UK and Founders Forum for Good.