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ICE announces Science Week programme

The ICE is organising activities for students and teachers across the UK for this year's National Science and Engineering Week (NSEW), to be held between 7 and 16 March 2008.

NSEW is coordinated by the British Association for the Advancement of Science in partnership with the Engineering & Technology Board (ETB).

It celebrates science, engineering and technology with a programme of around 2,000 events.

NSEW is a 10 day celebration of science, engineering and technology which sees families, schools, adults and children taking part in a fantastic array of events and activities across the UK.

ICE President David Orr said: "I'm sure that our programme of activities will inspire students, parents and teachers across the UK. Getting all three groups excited about our work is a vital part of attracting more kids into civil engineering."


East of England
The Great Engineering Debate, explores the achievements of Thomas Telford, George Stephenson and Michael Faraday.

Engineering Your Future Careers advisory events for sixth formers.

Northern Ireland
Civil Engineering in Primary Schools: civil engineers work with primary school pupils.

Bridge to Schools; ICE graduates help secondary school pupils build a 15m long cable-stayed bridge.

Yorkshire & Humber
Secondary school students are building their own Wembley arch helped by ICE members.

For more information about National Science and Engineering Week, please contact

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