British Science Association

The British Science Association’s vision is of a world where science is at the heart of society and culture.  Their mission is to support, grow and diversify the community of people interested and involved in science; and to strengthen their influence over science’s direction and place in society.

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Catalyst Inc, Patron

Catalyst Inc, formally The Northern Ireland Science Park (NISP), at Titanic Quarter in Belfast, was established in 1999. As well as providing high quality accommodation for tenants, NISP has developed a number of educational and research initiatives to support aspiring entrepreneurs and to help accelerate science-based businesses.

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Raspberry Pi Foundation, Patron

The Raspberry Pi Foundation is the creator of the Raspberry Pi computer, a small, cheap and accessible platform intended to introduce computer programming to young people following a decline in the numbers and skill levels of computer science applicants after the dot com crash. More than 2.5 million Raspberry Pi computers, now made in South Wales, have been sold.

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The Cambridge Science Centre, Patron

The Cambridge Science Centre is an innovative hands-on science exhibition and activity space for families and schools. The Centre has a portable, modular and compact format, allowing it to set up and operated in schools and town centres. This is a very cost effective way to bring inspiring hands-on science out to communities which don’t normally have access to fun, local and very high-quality STEM enrichment activities. The Centre opened in February 2011, and the Duke became Patron of the Centre in 2014.

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