Wednesday, 4 March 2015

Black Scientists & Inventors & the Power of Definition Arts

Did You KNOW? 

An evening celebrating the contributions which scientists & inventors of African heritage have made in all areas of STEM in the UK in particular and the world in general.

At: Park View Academy, West Green Road, London N15 3QR.

When: Saturday 21st March, 4.30pm to 7.30pm.

  • Did You Know?  will be a day full of presentations, demonstrations and a family quiz.
  • Learn about the great contributions people of African descent have made to: (STEM) Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
  • Serial Inventor and Winner of the BBC One's BEST INVENTOR Leeroy Brown will be talking about his Car Jack-Pump Combination invention, and what it takes to be an Inventor.
  • In attendance will be other UK's modern great black inventors, innovators, scientists and mathematicians.
  • Authors: Michael Williams and Manyonyi Amalemba of the best-selling Black Scientists & Inventors Book 5
  • Natasha John-Baptists of the children's titles: Maiza & Mastura Meets Alexander Miles: The INVENTOR and Mosi Meets The Inventor John Lee Love – The Broken Pencil, from the 'One Thing About History Is...' series.
  • Plus much, much more!   
This is a must attend event for both children and adults.

There are just a few places left so do register ASAP to avoid the disappointment of not being able to attend this very important event. Register NOW

Find out why everyone is talking about the BIS Publications 'Black Scientists & Inventors In The UK: Millenniums of Inventions & Innovations - Book 5' (also get a signed copy)

There will also be other great learning resources for your homes, churches, schools and libraries.

“There is no Force like Success, and that is why the individual [Successful person] makes all efforts to surround himself throughout life with the evidence of it; as of the individual, so should it be of the nation.”- The Most Honourable Marcus Garvey

There are just a few places left so do REGISTER ASAP to avoid the disappointment of not being able to attend this very important event. Register NOW
Well, Did You Know?
This event is part supported by BIS Publications and the 
British Science Association in line with National Science Week.