What the Cambridge Science Centre aims to do for science education by Dr Chris Lennard – 105science
The Cambridge Science Centre is a really useful educational attraction in the city centre. Ahead of its opening, founder Dr Chris Lennard tells Roger Frost what the centre aims to do for science education. The Cambridge Science Centre opens February 2013 at 18 Jesus Lane, Cambridge (near the round church) www.
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What’s on – see talks.cam.ac.uk for details
- Everything from Nothing, or How our Universe was Made. A talk about cosmology – Tuesday 06 November at 18:15. See http://talks.cam.ac.uk/
- Discussion between Cambridge academics on Energy on Tuesday 06 November at 20:00 at Department of Pharmacology Lecture Theatre. See http://talks.cam.ac.uk/
- Dung pats, flies and farmers by Olwen Williams on Thursday 08 November 19:30 at Anglia Ruskin University. See http://talks.cam.ac.uk/
- Issues in fuel supply and utilisation on Friday 09 November 18:00 with Dr John Jones, University of Aberdeen http://talks.cam.ac.
- Are We Alone? on Monday 12 November 2012, 19:00 with Dr Catchpole, department of astronomy, University of Cambridge. See http://talks.cam.ac.uk/
- Does Time Exist? with Dr Julian Barbour on Tuesday 13 November at 20:00 http://talks.cam.ac.uk/
- Cambridge Sundials and Time with Frank King of Churchill College on Thursday 15 November, 18:30. See http://talks.cam.ac.uk/