- About Us -
- Anticipate Change -
Generalist science-themed events are rare in the UK, even more so at the university level.
With advances in science and technology occurring all the time, we want to cut through the noise and find out how they will impact you, society, the economy, and beyond.
This provides our members and delegates with a more comprehensive understanding of the impacts of new cutting-edge research.
- Discovery Series -
We are more than a one-day event. We provide opportunities for students throughout the academic year.
This is accomplished through our Discovery Series, which explores recent trends and niche topics which interest many students.
These are short demonstrations, panel debates, and workshops aimed at educating students about recent topics.
Check out our highlights below!
What did you discover?
9th November 2018
Kendo: Science, Art, Sport
Our first ever event debuted at the University of York, exploring the Japanese sport, Kendo.
Included an epic demonstration by Kendo Captain, Pedro Widgerowitz exploring fighting techniques and the cultural origins of Kendo.
21st November 2018
Blockchain: Cryptic or Clear?
Blockchain has made regular top news stories throughout the past few years.
Partnering with Blockchain Development and Research Society we challenged guests to come up with ways to integrate Blockchain into a business.
29th November 2018
Lab-grown Meat and Agricultural techniques.
Our most anticipated event was the thrilling and controversial debate on Lab-grown Meats and where our food will come from. With a strong political element, our panellists explored emerging lifestyles such as veganism.
- Who are we? -
We are motivated undergraduates studying at the University of York having represented over nine academic departments. Our committee has had students from Chemistry to Law, providing us with the diversity of thought required to make our organisation successful.
We are professional and fun, with a mission that unites us. You can be sure to find us in the Library cramming, out in York, and definitely in lectures!
The York Science Conference inspires the next generation of scientists, engineers, and professionals to explore new and the cutting edge within STEM. As industries are continually disrupted and evolving, it is important to analyse the facts and trends that will define existing and emerging competitive spaces. Having been students at the University of York, we recognise the potential that will exist for the foreseeable future - on campus, and in the wider Yorkshire and Humber region.
Muzack Muhammad (left), Faz Kazmi (right).