STEM Directory

The STEM Directory is a database of providers offering STEM enhancement and enrichment to schools and colleges locally and nationally.  Teachers can easily search for shows, workshops, debates, challenges, visiting speakers and more.

Find exciting opportunities for in-class support, memorable days out, and engaging projects to motivate your students.

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Weirdology

Wierdology is the weirdest, wildest multidisciplinary science show on earth…and it's controlled by you, the audience.Weirdologist and TV Gastronaut Stefan Gates presents an explosive, fast-moving, and often thoroughly disgusting stage show packed with engineering, science and technology stunts…and...

The Utterly Revolting Science Show

A funny, cheeky, thoroughly revolting journey through the human body. BBC presenter Stefan Gates makes edible bogies from seaweed snot, cooks food in vomit, cooks with saliva and explores farts, poo, wee and some truly terrible smells. As with all Gastronaut shows, there'll be rockets and explosions, laughter and...

Supertasters

Supertasters tears apart food, nutrition and multisensory perception using explosions, laughter, screaming and some very weird flavours including the world's fartiest foods and edible insects.Using specially-developed demos, strange props, mass audience participation, music and videos, Supertasters explores...

Eat My Science!

Stefan Gates, BBC TV presenter and live show presenter, presents an amazing edible science show based on his book Science You Can Eat (Dorling Kindersley) and CBBC series Incredible Edibles. The show features rockets made from food, edible chemical reactions, vortex cannons, flamethrowing, live insects and farting...

The Royal Institution: Science in schools

Our programme of Science in Schools brings our popular demonstration shows into school across the UK, accompanied by valuable Continuing Professional Development sessions for teachers. The shows give students, teachers and families a chance to see our specially trained presenters in action, delivering science shows...