The Science Network exists to equip students in the natural sciences to live and speak for Jesus during their time at university and beyond.
We're made up of
We're convinced that knowing Christ as Lord of all should make a difference in the way we live and study.
There is not a square inch in the whole domain of our human existence
over which Christ, who is Sovereign over all, does not cry "Mine!"
As we study God's world using science, we're called to work excellently for the good of His creation. In doing so, we're brought back to our Creator in wonder and worship. The result of both our work and our worship should be that others see God's goodness and come to know him too!
We want to equip a generation of confident disciples of Jesus who will go on to be ambassadors for him in university science faculties and research parks, bringing the life-transforming news of the gospel to bear on every area of their life and work.
We're committed to the mission of Christian Unions and the students who make them up.
We seek to equip students for life as disciples of Jesus in the world of science in three main ways:
Our growing library of online resources is designed to help students approach their studies with a Christian mindset and engage their friends with the gospel along the way. We also resource Christian Unions to engage scientists at their universities with the gospel by providing speakers for events and support for local groups.
We gather a number of times during the year with student leaders and the wider church to explore how we serve and witness to Jesus in a science context, and to dive deep into contemporary issues surrounding science and theology.
Training & mentoring
We seek to provide students and recent graduates with opportunities for high-quality mentoring from more experienced Christians in science careers, equipping them to communicate the gospel effectively to scientists and shape their fields for Christ in years to come.
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