Work with STE(A)M sector

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CSES has a mission to advance public knowledge and understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). We aim to reveal and promote awareness of STEM in people's everyday lives and to highlight innovation and industry in the region. We work with local government, businesses and the education sector, connecting key stakeholders and providing continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities.

CSES hosts Covid recovery roundtable

CSES hosts Covid recovery roundtable

Has the pandemic accelerated key capabilities, and will some of these capabilities signpost the future means of service delivery?

On 22 October 2020, CSES was pleased to co-chair a roundtable discussion involving local and national stakeholders from across industry, the NHS, local authorities and academia.

The purpose was to explore the future of public service delivery post-Covid, and to find areas where the pandemic had in fact been of benefit by accelerating the development of technologies and collaborations by necessity.

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Ageing Well: A Smarter Essex

Forum discusses an innovative future for Essex

CSES facilitates event on challenges and opportunities of ageing population

The first in a series of discussions on how to address some of the challenges facing an ageing population within Essex, supported by CSES, has taken place.

Led by the Essex Partnership Board in conjunction with Anglia Ruskin and CSES, the event on 6 December 2016 welcomed public service commissioners, academics, businesspeople, experts and partners to discuss innovative new ideas around Essex's ageing population.

Ageing Well: A Smarter Essex
See photos from the event here

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Future City: New Green Festival Begins in Chelmsford

Future City: New Green Festival Begins in Chelmsford

Launch of the Essex 2020 autumn programme

"A month of ideas on growing a sustainable Chelmsford" is how October is being labelled by Chelmsford City Council

The council is bringing together organisations from across Chelmsford to create Future City: a month of ideas on growing a sustainable Chelmsford. The mainly digital festival runs throughout October and tackles the themes of climate change, biodiversity and sustainability. The programme is intended to capture the moment as we think about life post-COVID-19, and it's hoped events and activities will encourage people in the city to make connections and provide fresh thinking about the future.

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