4 November 2021
Science Show Theatre, Glasgow Science Centre
Climate change is “code red for humanity”. Nearly 60% of the next generation feel overwhelmed by climate anxiety. Increase in global temperatures will result in the forced displacement of billions of people from their homes, global resource conflicts, and threaten humanity’s very way of life. This is not the world that the future generation wants to inherit. They want to be heard. They want a better future. They want to be part of the solution.
This forum provides a platform for the next generation of scientists and inventors who are actively developing scientific solutions, to explain their work and the impact it will have on climate change. It will provide an opportunity for the next generation, anxious about the climate crisis, to query and challenge these entrepreneurs. This two-way dialogue will raise the audience’s awareness of the innovations being developed by upcoming scientists around the topics of fuels of the future, turning waste into gold, and ultimately engineering nature.
This next generation of scientists and innovators have the power to change our world’s tomorrow.
Science is critical for everyday life and science based companies must show leadership in the drive to Net Zero as they will develop products and processes that will be game changers in providing climate solutions. SCI is a place where science meets business – an innovation hub, which brings organisations together to work collaboratively in developing solutions to reach society more quickly.
The physical COP 26 - Countdown to Planet Zero event is now sold out.
Please register above and we will send you details of the virtual event in due course.
Queen Mary University London, PhD student
AstraZeneca, Senior Scientist
C-Zero, Senior Engineer
Unilever, Environmental Sustainability Scientist
GSK, Process Development Engineer
Johnson Matthey, Senior Chemist
Sphera Limited, CEO and Co-founder
Science Show Theatre
Glasgow Science Centre
50 Pacific Quay
SCI Membership Team
Tel: +44 (0)20 7598 1503