Space into Energy

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From systems engineering to satellites, the discoveries and developments made in space exploration have informed the energy industry for decades, and vice versa.

 

A collaboration between Aberdeen Science Centre and TechFest, supported by the Institute of Physics (IOP), the ‘Space into Energy’ programme gives young people a glimpse into the inner workings of these exciting fields and how the skill sets required for each sector often overlap.

Featuring experts from each industry, participants will learn about innovation, teamwork and leadership through hands-on activities and interactive sessions, empowering them to discover their unique talents and how they can be the problem-solvers of the future.

 

The Space into Energy Programme

 

We’re packing a whole range of activities into our 2021/22 programme with activities for all ages. From family days at Aberdeen Science Centre to interviews with industry professionals, there is something to inspire everyone.

The 2021/22 programme will be available to download very soon. Follow us on our social media channels for updates.

 

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Sponsoring Space into Energy

 

We are thrilled to have a fantastic group of generous sponsors and supporters who are helping us bring the Space into Energy programme to as many young people across the North East of Scotland as possible.

If you’d like to join them, download our Space into Energy Sponsorship Proposal (link coming soon) for more information about how your business can benefit from getting involved.

 

Need more Space into Energy?

 

As the programme continues, we’ll be uploading informative resources here so that even if you can’t be at one of our events, you can still be a part of Space into Energy. 

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Additionally, check out Toby Garrad's SciFi novel Building 9 here. The novel revolves around NASA’s Mission-X. Suitable for middle school and young adults. 

 

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