Robert is speaking at several venues across the country as part of Science Live! These talks are aimed at GCSE and A Level students and are aimed at generating enthusiasm for science amongst school pupils.
The book was chosen by over 1,500 young people in judging panels around the country and the Prize was presented at an awards ceremony at the Eden Project in Cornwall on Monday 16 November.
The Society awards a prize each year to the best book that communicates science to young people. The prize aims to inspire young people to read about science and promotes the best science writing for the under-14s.
If you’re organising an event and are looking for a high profile speaker, do contact Helen Drummond or Helen Wadsworth in Robert’s office to discuss your plans. Robert is able to tailor his talk to your audience and event type, from after-dinner speaking to a conference keynote.
Robert runs the Ask Robert Winston service through the Genesis Research Trust website. This is a free, impartial and confidential opportunity for people to ask him fertility-related questions.
Genesis Research Trust raises money for the largest UK-based collection of scientists and clinicians who are researching the causes and cures for conditions that affect the health of women and babies. This Trust is uniquely based in the building where the scientists carry out their research at the Wolfson and Weston Research Institute for Family Health, on the Hammersmith Campus of Imperial College London.