Cambridge Science Centre

 

CONNECTING Through SCIENCE

The Cambridge Science Centre is an educational charity which hosts hands-on exhibitions, workshops, shows and talks to get the public excited about science and technology. Now the home of science has a home for science.

Check out our teaser trailer for our latest exhibition Extreme Engineering. Click play on the video on the right.



Come & Visit the centre

  • The Science of Fiction: Future

    Can fiction predict the future? We'll be putting your questions to best-selling author Alastair Reynolds, futurist Melissa Sterry, astrobiologist Lewis Dartnell and historian Melanie Keene.

    22nd October
    7:00pm - 9:00pm
  • Engineering for a Healthier Human

    This half term, come along and meet the researchers and engineers with high-tech solutions to medical problems. Over the week you can find out how extreme engineering saves lives and reduces recovery times, with everything from bionic bones to glowing bugs, and ‘intelligent’ plants to innovative surgical equipment.

    25th October
    10:00am - 5:00pm
  • Built For Speed

    Find out all about the amazing engineering that can make us go fast, faster and, importantly, slow us down again!

    25th October
    11:00am
  • Stronger By Design

    How can we protect ourselves from extreme environments? Find out about the engineering behind some amazing materials that keep us safe from heat, speed and force.

    25th October
    12:00pm

OUR LOCATION

Conveniently based in Cambridge city centre

Our public exhibition space is located at:

Cambridge Science Centre
18 Jesus Lane
Cambridge
CB5 8BQ
United Kingdom

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