Contact Us

In a short while we’ll do something clever here with a contact form, sign-ups for newsletters, and so on. For now:

Postal Address

Room E305
Ellison Building
Northumbria University


Where we are

The home of NUSTEM is Think Lab, a multi-use space in Northumbria University’s Faulty of Engineering and Environment. Think Lab doubles-up as an undergraduate teaching, self-study and project work space, and as our lab for visiting school groups, maker clubs, and more.

If you’ve booked a visit to Think Lab we’ll be in touch with full travel information. If you’re visiting Northumbria University do drop in and see us! If you enter the Ellison Building from Northumberland Road you’ll find signage pointing you up to the third floor.

The closest Metro stations are Manors and Monument, and parking can be found at Manors or John Dobson Street.

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  1. […] A booklet bringing together the work of Imagining the Sun, including some of my poems for the project, information on Peter’s music and the Northumbria University solar scientists’ research, fabulous paintings by Helen Schell and stunning photographs from NASA / SDO and other solar telescopes, as well as examples of our work with schools, will be available in September. It’s edited by Sarah Hilton, with an introduction by Prof. John Woodward. Many thanks to Carol Davenport for all her work throughout this project. For a free copy, please contact NUSTEM. […]

  2. […] of the Imagining the Sun publication will be available free while stocks last from the Think Physics […]

  3. […] There are a range of ways for Northumbria academics to work in partnership with the Think Physics team, all of which draw on their links with local schools and expertise in developing workshops and other content linked to current research. Several examples are given in the table below with estimated outline costs. For a more bespoke service, please contact Think Physics. […]

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