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Rolling Down Hills +

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Find out about rotational mechanics by racing jam jars of differing weights downhill. Plus.

Racing jam jars down a gentle slope, to see how filling them affects the speed.
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Seismometer CHaOS+

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Find out about the structure of the earth, and how we have found it out despite only digging down 0.2% of its depth.

A seismometer and lots of explanation
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Animal Skulls CHaOS+

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What type of bone are SKULLS? What are their features and how are they linked to their FUNCTION? You can find out how different animals evolved to suit their habits and their habitats and some fascinating comparisons between species!

Looking at different animal skulls to compare them and see how they differ.
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Alloys +

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Berserk Fireworks! - CBS talk 2019

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Emperors, Spies and Seaweed: writing messages only you can read

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Demos for a Crash, Bang, Squelch! public talk featuring examples of steganography and cryptography.

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Taking pictures as a vet: How to see inside your pet - CBS 2019 talk

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X-rays are an extremely useful type of image that are used by vets almost every day. When might a vet need to take an X-ray? How do X-ray machines work? What can you see on an X-ray image? And what do X-rays of different animals look like?

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Leaning Tower of Lire

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Explore this famous block stacking problem and see how far you can build off the edge of a table.

Balancing blocks on the edge
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Are you smarter than a computer?

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What does it mean to be intelligent? Can computers be intelligent? Are they more intelligent than us?
Explore some of the questions in AI, meet a few different AIs and compete and befriend them and find out the maths of how they work.

Artificial Intelligence
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Lenz's Law

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What happens when we drop a magnet through a pipe? Experiment with dropping them through perspex and metal pipes and see if there's any differences.

What happens when we drop a magnet through a pipe?
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