Brighton Science Festival

UPCOMING

 

Are We Nearly Here Yet?

What’s the craziest fairground ride you could imagine? Multiply that by ten and double it; you’re riding it right now and have been for 14 billion years. It’s called the Universe. See those stars in the sky? A thousand of them explode every second*. Luckily the Universe is very big and they are very far away. But it makes you think.

You started you trip through those stars when you were very small. In fact, you were an atom. This was before you were born; before your parents were born; before any humans or animals; before the Earth, the planets, the stars; before even space or time. Fourteen billion years ago the Universe was made of a trillion gazillion atoms of hydrogen. You were one of them. What made you so special?

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WHEN IT’S ALL OVER…

The original Perk-Up, with over 2,000 things to do, all magic, all science really.

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WHEN NORMAL LIFE RETURNS…

 

HANDS-ON HALF TERM

Hands-On Half Term does what it says on the can: it lets kids and parents get busy with their hands; do stuff together, and share the fun together. So many bright ideas for bright minds! Everything is amazing; it’s not surprising that everyone is amazed!

SEE THE LAST PROGRAMME HERE,
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SCHOOLS TOUR

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We’re constantly on tour – visiting schools and bringing science, education, and most importantly fun to as many educational establishments as we possibly can. If you’d like Brighton Science to come to a school near you, please do get in touch and let us know.

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WIDENING PARTICIPATION

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We roam Sussex and further afield, visiting youth clubs, scout huts, community centres, bus shelters, anywhere, making sure everyone has access to as much science as possible. Why? Because science is cool. I mean, sometimes -273.15º celsius.

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