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WHEN 6th – 11th November
WHERE Otley Courthouse, Otley
COST Various, tickets for talks start from £5. Science Fair on 11th November is free.
WHAT Talks or demonstrations every evening on topics ranging from modifying humans to the future of technology. Some events may not be suitable for young children so do check the website first.
MORE Otley Science Festival website.
WHEN 12th – 25th March 2018
COST For the 2017 festival, most events were free. Check the website for up to date information.
WHAT Hundreds of hands on activities, talks, debates and demonstrations to engage and inspire the public in areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
MORE Cambridge Science Festival website.
WHEN 5th – 10th June 2018
COST See website below for ticket information closer to the event.
WHAT Packed with “debate, discovery, experiments, enjoyment and hands on fun”, Cheltenham Science Festival has previously boasted speakers including Brian Cox, Richard Dawkins and Alice Roberts.
MORE Cheltenham Science Festival website.
WHEN 13th September – 22nd November 2017
WHERE Discovery Museum, Newcastle
COST £20 plus booking fee for a block of six sessions.
WHAT Helping children aged 2 – 4 years learn about great scientists through playing, making and singing. Booking is essential.
MORE Discovery Museum website.
WHEN 8th July – 31st December 2017
WHERE Spark Gallery, Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, Halifax
COST Included in admission ticket (adults and children aged 3 – 15 years £12.95, children aged 1-2 years £5.25).
WHAT “…totally interactive digital art, gaming and technology experience.” Activities include robot building and making a dance video using animation.
MORE Eureka! The National Children’s Museum website.
WHEN 25th July – 8th August 2018
WHERE Imperial College, London
COST See website for full details including suggestions for fundraising.
WHAT A 14 day residential that includes lectures, demonstrations, visits and seminars, attended by 500 students aged 16-21 from 75 different countries. You will need to fill in an application form to attend, details can be found online.
MORE LIYSF website.
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