Work by the Young Communications Team

Explore the Young Communications Team reports, videos and images from Norwich Science Festival 2017 and 2016.

The Young Communicators are aged 16-21 years. Find out more about how you too can become part of next year’s team.

Team members have trained and worked with experts from The Forum, BBC Voices, Eastern Daily Press and Evening News, Concrete UEA, photographer Jeremy WebbCulture Works East and YouTuber Maddie Moate.

Norwich Science Festival 2017

2017’s Young Communications Team worked with Concrete UEA to produce a live blog during the Festival, as well as contributing to #NorwichSciFest social media.

Discover their blog at Concrete UEA

YCT’s Sindy Nung and Sophie Miller meet Britain’s first astronaut Helen Sharman

Norwich Science Festival 2016

28 Oct 2016

The Young Communications talk to The Forum’s Jayne Evans and Sarah Power.

Richard Fortey: The Wood for the Trees

28 Oct 2016

Hannah Hudson talks to Richard Fortey about his passion for nature and trilobites. Read more.

Norfolk Festival of Nature Feedback

27 & 28 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Radio Broadcast Team asked visitors what they thought of the Norfolk Festival of Nature at Norwich Science Festival.

Respond: Climate Change

28 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Team talk to Ffion Jones about the Respond: Climate Change exhibition.

Norfolk Festival of Nature

28 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Team explore the Norfolk festival of Nature.

Kitchen Chemistry

26 Oct 2016

Hannah Hudson talks to Dr Stephen Ashworth about his explosive show Kitchen Chemistry. Read more.

Chemistry Day

26 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Team spoke to Dr Sean Thurston from the Royal Society of Chemistry about Chemistry Day.

Large Hadron Collider Experience

26 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Film Team talk to PhD student Tom about The Large Hadron Collider Experience from the Science and Technology Facilities Council.

Glamourising Science

25 Oct 2016

Hannah Hudson spoke to some mad scientists today. Not any old mad scientists though, Dr DNA and Helium Helen from Mad Science who are working with Anglian Water to put on a science show for the Keep It Clear campaign.

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Ready, Steady Lego

25 Oct 2016

Eleanor Townshend took on the challenge: to create something wonderful from Lego in 45 minutes. Challenge accepted! Read more.

Eastern Daily Press Report

25 Oct 2016

Young reporters Eleanor Townshend, 19, Ellen Jay, Hannah Hudson, Caitlin Bedingfield, Harry Discombe, all 17, and Sabrina Johnson, report on events at #NorwichSciFest, while Becky Moore and Annie Cooper took the photos. Read more.

The Experimentrics

24 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Film Team talk to Gaz from Science Made Simple’s The Experimentrics show.

Self Made Shape

24 Oct 2016

The Young Communications Film Team catch up with Lucy from John Innes Centre.