Over the next two days I will be participating in the Science Extravaganza event organized by the University of Kent. Secondary school students from all over Kent will be visiting our university to experience all types of science in our laboratories. In my School, we will be demonstrating how to learn all kinds of information from human skeletal remains. Children will also get a chance to study hominin fossil and primate replicas to explore human evolutionary past.
Together with Anthropology lecturers and other PhD students from my department I will be representing University of Kent at the London Anthropology Day, held in the British Museum in London on 4 July 2013.
This event is organized by the Royal Anthropological Institute and the British Museum and is aimed at students, career advisers, as well as teachers. The event is free and you can sign up for it here: http://www.londonanthropologyday.co.uk/booking-info.html