There are lots of FREE online events and activities being held online for this 10 day celebration of science. As well as looking at the BSW website, do have a search for any specialist areas of interest as there is probably something being laid on. For instance, here's some information we received from The Royal College of Pathologists.
Viruses and Vaccines – events and activities for schools and families
The Royal College of Pathologists (RCPath) is running an online discussion event about viruses, vaccines and the COVID-19 pandemic for secondary school students during British Science Week. Join our panel of pathologists and scientists on 10 March: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/viruses-and-vaccines-discussion-event-for-secondary-schools-tickets-141270189941
The RCPath is also running a ‘Viruses and Vaccines’ art-science workshop via zoom on Saturday 13th March. Free and open to all: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/viruses-and-vaccines-art-science-activity-session-for-families-tickets-141308089299 . The session will be led by science-based artist Dr Lizzie Burns. Lizzie will be joined by two infectious disease doctors. The activities and topics being featured will be relevant for teachers and students, as well as families so please do share the link with whoever might be interested.
Do also have a look at our STEM Resource pages for other events and resources for BSW and beyond.