Einstein Year is an ideal opportunity to get involved with your local community and share your passion for physics. Whether you are a seasoned performer or a first time event organiser, we can provide you with all the help and support you need to produce a lasting impression on your audience.
Add your event to the Einstein Year Events Database - instructions for how to add your event to the database, so people can find out all the details on line.
If you're organising an event, download logos to print onto t shirts here.
To help us assess the impact of Einstein Year, we'd like to receive feedback from events. Download the guidelines (23kB) and questionnaire (38kB) if you're putting on an event! You'll may need to view both pdf documents.
Ideas - could you use one of these event ideas?
Physics to Go - documents and videos demonstrating experiments to download to help you take physics to your community
The BA's Einstein Year activity support pack - how to put on and publicise your event
Sources of funding - details of grant schemes you could apply for
Einstein's birthday party pack! - fun physics experiments that you could try out at a party for Albert Einstein's birthday
Einstein Year logo - we can e-mail you the logo to brand your event in 2005
Talk to others - join the Einstein Year e-mail list and you can share information and handy hints with other people who are involved in organising events
If you are looking for a science presenter to take part in your event, go to the Science Live web site, where you can search a directory of science presenters by location and subject area.
If you want to find out about events going on nationally or in your area, go to the events section.