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Published 24 Jul 2017
We were delighted to have Annie complete her work experience with us here at Cambridge Science Centre. Find out about her week here.
Published 2 Apr 2017
The Cambridge Science festival comes and goes with fantastic talks and events from some of the brightest minds in science. So of course, our resident blogger Jess Bartlet went down to check it out.
Published 11 Feb 2017
11th February 2017 marks the day of the UN's International Day of Women and Girls in STEM. It also marks the day of CSC's resident blogger Bex Szabadai's first blog piece.
Published 12 Jan 2017
AI has been the forefront of conversations recently, love it or hate it, everyone is talking about it. Hear CSC blogger Jess' insights when she attended the Cambridge Festival of Ideas lecture, Artificial Intelligence:Its future and ours.
Published 20 Dec 2016
The latest event in the Cam Lates series was an evening workshop to discover the science behind glass and how it has enabled us to see beyond the visual eye. Find out what happened when our blogger Jess got hands-on at The Whipple Museum of History and Science.
Published 23 Nov 2016
Björk is like a snow leopard, powerful and thought provoking, and has an inherent ability to create awe and excitement in the minds of those that see her. But most of all, she is outstandingly unique, and rare. Björk’s music uses unique sound design from innovative new instruments, and influences ...
Published 1 Nov 2016
If there was any doubt about how important the discovery of Graphene is; it’s highly probable that by the year 2030 an impressive proportion of the UK population will be using graphene in their day-to-day lives (and will probably be totally unaware of it). If you’re wondering what Graphene is, ...
Take a piece of Cambridge Science Centre home with you, and enjoy a galaxy of interactive learning and fun. Join the COSMOS crew, as they use science to save our world from Midgley and his fleet of pirate scrap dealers.