Make It Science is a small organisation based near Brighton. Its founder, Liz Jeavans, graduated with a Psychology BSc and spent some time working in event and design production before going on to Techniquest Science Centre to gain an MSc in Science Communication in 2005 with a dissertation specialising in community outreach.
Since then she has worked as Outreach Officer for the Institute of Physics developing a suite of activities to reach family and adult audiences, and the Royal Society as Education Manager overseeing their schools’ outreach programme.
Liz has been freelance since 2011 and splits her time between doing evaluation work and hands-on activity delivery. Previous partners and clients include Sussex Clubs for Young People, Imperial College London, Edcoms, South East Physics Network and the Mass Observation Archives.
Liz delivers Make it Science activities herself or with a team of skilled associates. All Make it Science associates are fully DBS checked and as an organisation we are GDPR compliant. Our sustainability policy aims to reduce single use plastic in our activities with biodegradable or reusable products used wherever possible.