Science from the Start exists to provide informal science learning opportunities for all, with a focus on inclusivity and promoting diversity, ‘science for everyone’ and play-based family learning.
The project is run by Dr Laura Hobbs, who has a research background in volcanology and experience in science outreach and supporting adult and child learning. General information and interactive online support are delivered through the Facebook page.
Articles about Science from the Start
Nappy Science Gang live chat, 11th August 2015
Hobbs, L., 2015. Spies, Sight, Splints & Snow: Family Friendly History of Science, Technology & Medicine. Viewpoint, 107 (this article contains reports on activities funded by the British Society for the History of Science)
Hobbs, L.K., 2015. Play-based science learning activities: Engaging adults and children with informal science learning for pre-schoolers. Science Communication, 37(3), 405-414 (this article contains reports on activities funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry)
Hobbs, L., 2015. Pre-School Palaeontology: Science Learning for the Under-Fives. Geological Society of London guest blog post (this article contains reports on activities funded by the Royal Society of Chemistry)