Maïwenn Kersaudy-Kerhoas
Institute of Biological Chemistry, Biophysics and Bioengineering

Our lab is very active in the field of Public Engagement. We are dedicated to the development of activities and workshops for children and the general public. Our activities are designed to maximise the participants experience and inspire young people to engage with Science, Technology and Engineering subjects. Here is a list of projects we are involved in:

"Microflow and Microworld" workshop at Bang Goes the Borders!

Maiwenn Kersaudy-Kerhoas, Helen Bridle and Thomas Aspray (SLS, Heriot-Watt Sciences) designed and delivered the first microfluidic workshop at Bang Goes the Borders, the successful Science Festival run at St Mary's school in Melrose.

Link to Heriot-Watt News article

Small Plumbing! Empowering the next generation of microfluidic engineers

Using a grant from the Ingenious! Scheme of the Royal Academy of Engineering, we have developped a school workshop currently running at Liberton High School (Edinburgh) and Inverkeithing High School (Fife).

Link to Heriot-Watt News article

A typical device you might see at our displays or workshops:



Please contact us if you would like to get a Microfluidic workshop delivered at your school