Description

One of the major advantages of membership of ASE is the opportunity to share your expertise with your colleagues. Getting involved as a Trustee or Education Group member, or on one of the many committees and specialist groups, will challenge your strategic thinking and put you at the heart of steering ASE's direction into the future.

More from this issue

Views from Registered Science Technicians.

Jan 2016
Journal Article

Jan O'Connell, Chair of the ASE Science Laboratory Technicians Committee and Corinne Stevenson, Chair of ASE write about their experiences...

Jan 2016
Journal Article

Liz Shaw tells us all about her school's Science Club for Year 7 (age 12), where they investigated sound using a number of different...

Jan 2016
Journal Article