Siemens and Museum of Science and Industry ink three-year STEM deal
30 Oct 2017
Siemens and the Museum of Science and Industry have announced a partnership designed to promote careers in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM).
As part of the three-year deal Siemens will launch a pop-up platform at the museum where the MSI will be organising science and technology demonstrations aimed at families with children aged between seven and 14.
The ‘Platform for Investigation’ events will take place at the museum on 20 days each year, including for nine days during the Manchester Science Festival, which typically falls in October.
Essential to the partnership is our collective desire to bring science to life; inclusive for all
Siemens' Sue Bagguley
Sally MacDonald, director of the Museum of Science and Industry, said: "The Platform for Investigation inspires the next generation of scientists and engineers, a mission to which the Museum of Science and Industry and Siemens are both dedicated.”
The partnership, which is now entering its tenth year, is designed to encourage young people to consider a career in STEM.
Sue Bagguley, business development, Siemens UK, said: "Essential to the partnership is our collective desire to bring science to life; inclusive for all.”
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