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Interested in planning your own expedition or overseas research project? Explore South West is the perfect opportunity to learn from scientists and explorers who are undertaking field research and scientific expeditions that make a real difference to the world.
Whether you’re a student planning your field research, thinking about taking a career break, or just curious about responsible travel and wondering how to take the first step, Explore South West is unmissable for advice, inspiration and contacts to help you on your way.
Explore South West kicks off on Friday 8 February with an evening panel discussion examining whether there’s anything left to explore. Chaired by BBC Radio 4 journalist and presenter, Ritula Shah, the panellists will discuss why the need to explore has never been more urgent and relevant, and how they are contributing to a greater understanding of our planet through their discoveries. The discussion will be followed with a performance by Mercury Prize nominated folk singer and naturalist, Sam Lee.
‘Is there anything left to explore in the 21st century?’ starts at 7.15pm on 8 February 2019. Book your place now.
Want to attend Explore South West’s day of practical sessions at the University of Exeter on 9 February? Book now.
Top tips and resources to help you plan your own expedition or field research.
Our courses throughout the year focus on field techniques, field safety training, and a range of specialist subjects.
With over 90 leading field scientists and explorers, the Explore weekend is unmissable for inspiration, advice and contacts.
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