Always wanted to know what scientists get up to behind closed doors? Well now you can find out at our ScienceX event, this 22 and 23 April. Take part in experiments, activities, and explore a whole lot of fun suitable for all ages - and it’s free!
Meet scientists and engineers from the University of Manchester and find out first-hand what they are currently researching. This community-focused event is your chance to find out more about robots, racing cars, flight simulators, graphene, and even the chemistry of nail varnish! Plus discover moon rocks, Minecraft programming and much more, to top it all off, catch a show from the Robot Orchestra on the 23 April.
Want more educational, interactive fun?
This 23 April, learn all about CO2 and how too much or too little can affect our oceans and its creatures with a talk from the scientists at Manchester Institute of Biotechnology. Put your white coat on and find out what happens when CO2 is exposed to water, and what you can do to help reduce carbon emissions and prevent further environmental damage.