Thank you to our partners
|British Science Week 2024 is supported by UK Research & Innovation (UKRI), which is the agency that brings together the seven Research Councils, Innovate UK and Research England. Funding from UKRI enables the BSA to deliver the core British Science Week activity; large grassroots campaign that aims to reach a diverse range of audiences, including those from disadvantaged communities and people who would not usually engage in science.
|British Science Week 2024 will be supported by our Major Partner, the Royal Observatory Greenwich (part of Royal Museums Greenwich) whose support is pivotal to our campaign this year. Embarking on British Science Week 2024,the Royal Observatory stands as a testament to our enduring fascination with this year’s theme, time, offering a unique blend of cutting-edge astronomical research and a rich heritage in the evolution of timekeeping methods.
In addition, their involvement extends to the British Science Week educational experience with a significant contribution to developing our Activity Packs. These packs, enriched by the Royal Observatory, will provide valuable and accessible resources for schools, community groups, and families, enhancing the learning journey and fostering a deeper appreciation for science.
|The British Science Association welcomes Ricardo as a Partner of British Science Week 2024, contributing significantly to our 30th-anniversary celebrations. Ricardo’s support is integral in broadening the reach of the campaign, ensuring increased participation in STEM events for schools, community groups, and families across the UK. This partnership reflects a joint commitment to making an accessible and inclusive celebration of British Science Week 2024.
Activity Pack partners
Thank you to our 2024 Activity Pack partners
We have a range of partnership opportunities available for British Science Week. These include:
- A range of partnership levels, enabling you to support activities that reach your target audiences through support the core campaign into schools and/ or communities; and/or
- Sponsorship of particular highlight activity or component of the Week’s celebrations: for instance the Poster Competition (last year over 25,000 students entered).
- Fantastic branding opportunities, print and online (on activity packs, marketing collateral and promotional materials);
- Promotion via our digital and social media channels;
- Employee engagement through participation in events and activities;
- Association with a powerful and respected brand; and
- The opportunity to reach a range of audiences.
For more information on how to support British Science Week please contact Giorgio D’Agostaro, Development Manager, British Science Association.