Do you want to play your part in shaping the next Tech Revolution?
Come and join us at the Science Museum on November 3rd at 17.00 when our CEO Maggie Philbin will be chairing the annual ARM Forum.
Register here now.
This year the debate will ask how we ensure a long-term succession of world-leading scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians to imagine and lead us through the next technological revolution.
Our expert panel will be joined by a select audience of policy makers, practitioners and stakeholders and we want to make sure teachers, students and parents have their say. Together we will discuss and explore the most impactful initiatives that are inspiring future generations of innovators and what more can be done to ensure that children are excited and inspired to consider STEM subjects at school and university, as well as careers in STEM industries.
Speakers and panellists:
- Simon Segars, CEO, ARM
- Matthew Postgate, Chief Technology Officer, BBC
- Dr Meghan Groome, Executive Director, Global STEM Alliance
- Tom O’Leary, Director of Education, Science Museum
- Maggie Philbin, broadcaster and CEO, TeenTech
- Prof. Danielle George, Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning, University of Manchester
Confirmed guests include:
ArcelorMittal, Arkwright Scholarship Trust, Barclays, BBC, BG Group, BT, Code Club, Deliotte, Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Digital Catapult, EE, Founders4Schools, Freeformers, Freescale, Imperial College London, Kingston University, MathWorks, Microsoft, National Grid, Network Rail, Premier Farnell, Rolls-Royce, Royal Academy of Engineering, RAF, Samsung, techUK, University of Cambridge, University of Manchester, University of Warwick,Wellcome Trust, Villiers Park Education Trust and many educators from schools and colleges.