The L'Oréal Young Scientist Centre at the Royal Institution is a modern laboratory where young people aged 7 - 18 can explore all aspects of science and technology outside the classroom - from cosmetic and colour chemistry, to using a crash test rig and analysing DNA.
The Programmes offer teachers and students the chance to ask scientific questions and to design their own creative ways to answer them, whilst the experience ignites a passion for scientific discovery and encourages curiosity-driven learning.
We want the LYSC to be a place that is useful to and shaped by teachers so if you would like to contribute to its development please complete the survey by following the link: Click here to take the YSC Survey
An exciting experimental space
Students can enjoy an environment in the LYSC that will not constrain them to producing the ‘right' results in a fixed period of time, as they often must do within the boundaries of the school curriculum. Instead they'll be able to be creative and to experiment in response to their observations, just as professional research scientists do.
And just as in the best professional research laboratories, we'll be giving students access to advanced technology and experiments outside the remit of the normal school curriculum.
To register your interest in booking programmes or for further information on what is available and charges, please contact David Porter on 020 7670 2954 or firstname.lastname@example.org.