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Summer Holiday Hydrogen Hack with Arcola

Arcola Energy, specialising in Hydrogen Fuel Cell based technologies, are coordinating an educational event during the Summer holidays (21st to the 26th of August). The event is called the Hydrogen Hack, and is the first of it’s kind. The hack is taking place in 10 centres around the UK with a final show-&-tell/prize-giving event to […]

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AV advice from Science Magician

Do you use a laptop for presentations at work? Particularly as a visiting speaker. Matt Pritchard, the Science Magician has rewritten a document packed full of tips and tricks that might just save multimedia meltdown. Drop him an email at tech@sciencemagicshows.co.uk and he’ll send you it over. He would love to get feedback to make it even […]

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fizzPOP makerspace

fizzPOP are a Makerspace in Birmingham; a community-owned physical space where people come together to collaborate, sharing ideas, knowledge and tools. They host talks and have workshops, providing members with access to machinery or some combination of many other possible facilities. Learning to solder, program, operate a laser cutter, use tools, design or just make things is […]

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Introducing Science Live

Ivvet Modinou, British Science Association At the BSA we’re committed to growing the number of people interested and engaged in science. From our experience, one of the best ways of doing this is through live events – which bring people together to discuss, discover and debate new ideas. Our ambition is to see more events […]