13 November 2013
The speakers will describe the technology required to explore the great ocean depths, and will present exciting information about the scientific discoveries of minerals and unique ecosystems. These resources may be needed by mankind, so conservation measures to ensure that the sea floor is protected against any environmental damage from this exploration will also be explored.
De Havilland Campus
University of Hertfordshire
Hatfield, AL10 9EU
FREE Entry: advance booking required.
Helpline: 0845 474 3341
WHAT IS EEESTA?
EEESTA is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company extensively supported by volunteers.
Formed in April 2001, EEESTA brings together many professional institutions and individuals in the east of England who are interested and involved in promoting science, technology, engineering and maths within the region.
EEESTA works to make people more aware and appreciative of the vital contribution that engineering and science make to the economy, prosperity and quality of life of our region. EEESTA also promotes awareness that engineering and science offer exciting, rewarding and fun careers for young men and women.
Our main activities:
Annual FREE Seminar
Support for School Science and Engineering Clubs