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Get the kids learning about chemistry in a fun and hands-on way, without messing up your kitchen!

Make rainbows with diffusion, investigate the properties of oil and water and find out what happens when a solid and liquid react together to form a gas. There’ll be colours, smells and balloons to help explore these chemistry concepts.

Dr Caroline Davies will be on hand to show you how to do some mind-blowing experiments.

These sessions are aimed at 5-11 year olds. It will last half an hour and all children need to be supervised by an adult (Adults come for free).

This Amazing Ada workshop is part of a series of talks we are putting on to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day (8th October) and women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

Buy your tickets from Art Tickets.

Get the kids learning about chemistry in a fun and hands-on way, without messing up your kitchen!

Make rainbows with diffusion, investigate the properties of oil and water and find out what happens when a solid and liquid react together to form a gas. There’ll be colours, smells and balloons to help explore these chemistry concepts.

Dr Caroline Davies will be on hand to show you how to do some mind-blowing experiments.

These sessions are aimed at 5-11 year olds. It will last half an hour and all children need to be supervised by an adult (Adults come for free).

This Amazing Ada workshop is part of a series of talks we are putting on to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day (8th October) and women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

Buy your tickets from Art Tickets.

Walking and running are common every day movements which we often take for granted but have you ever thought about why you can’t go faster or what’s changed since you were a toddler?

This talk will cover everything from why you can’t run as fast as a cheetah to whether it’s better to walk more like a horse or more like a hippo.

Dr Zoe Davies is a biomechanics researcher at the Royal Veterinary College, investigating human and animal movement. Zoe studies the physics behind walking, running and jumping to see how nature’s athletes can inspire improvements in rehabilitation practice as well as new robotics and prosthetics.

Join us for this Amazing Ada talk by Zoe Davies from The Royal Veterinary College

Just one in a series of talks we are putting on to celebrate Ada Lovelace Day (8th October) and women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

Buy your tickets from Art Tickets.

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