The British Science Association – the BSA – is a national charity that wants to see science at the heart of culture and society. Through its work in education, public engagement and collaboration with other sectors, the BSA aims to inspire people to get involved in all areas of science – whether it be natural, social, technological, or otherwise.
The BSA believes that society’s biggest issues cannot be solved by science alone. By unlocking the potential of a more diverse group of people, we increase our ability to tackle some of the world’s most intractable challenges.
The Cornwall branch is still relatively new; and rapidly developing. You can find out more on how we have been developing, and our plans, HERE
Cornwall was once – more than once – at the forefront of industrial and scientific exploration. But now the fish and tin are gone (as the songs say), it is the knowledge economy that will take us forward.