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A standard CHaOS experiment, useable for all hands-on events.

Urinalysis

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Practise diagnosing patients using this simple bedside test - use the dipsticks to analyse "urine" from our patients.

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Blood Groups

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What are 'blood groups'? Why is it important to match blood groups for transfusion? Find out with our colourful demonstration.

Why are blood groups important?
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Prism Goggles

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See how quickly your brain adapts by wearing our prism goggles whilst playing a target-hitting game.

Demonstrate how the brain adapts to changes in environmental input using prism goggles.
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Near IR webcam

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There's a whole spectra of light beyond the visible, why not see one side of it through a modified webcam?

Use a modified webcam to see into the near infrared.
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Colour Mixing and Spectra

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How many colours can you make? With our coloured lights, find out how you can make every colour imaginable from just three colours, find out how your computer monitor works and get to see some really funky shadows!

Dimmable, focussed red, green and blue lamps for experimenting with light colour mixing
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Bubble Column

Explore the wonderous shapes made by simple air bubbles in water.
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Skeleton and bones

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Boris is a friendly life-sized plastic skeleton- come and say hello!

Meet Boris, the friendly CHaOS skeleton.
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Vacuums

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The idea of a vaccum is very different to what we experience in everyday life, with some surprising consequences!

Various demonstrations using a vacuum pump.
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Ear switching hat

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Sound cues can help us figure out where things are located in the environment - try confusing your brain with the Ear-Switching Hat!

This magical hat will confuse your senses!
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Tree

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