The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion is an interdisciplinary research enterprise with a Christian ethos based in Cambridge.
In addition to academic research, we inform the public about science and religion through courses, conferences, lectures, seminars, schools and youth activities, and engagement with churches and the media. The Institute is named after Michael Faraday, one of Britain’s best-known scientists, who saw his faith as integral to his scientific research.
The Faraday Institute Youth and Schools Team are committed to providing high quality events and resources that equip and encourage young people of all backgrounds to explore the interactions of science and religious faith in exciting and engaging ways. Through more than 550 sessions, the team have seen over 18,000 children and young people respond enthusiastically to the combination of hands-on science with honest, dynamic and thought-provoking discussion about science, faith and their interactions.