Crash, Bang, Squelch!
HANDS-ON EXPERIMENTS: click here
AMAZING TALKS: click here
ROBOTICS WORKSHOPS: click here
Please scroll down to find out more about all our events
Hands on Experiments
Come along to Crash, Bang, Squelch! to see lots of exciting hands-on science experiments! You can have go yourself and find out lots about why things work they way they do!
Our experiments will show you why hot air balloons stay up, what happens when you split water in half, how your lungs work, and much, much more…
TalksCHaOS student volunteers are running a series of talks filled with exciting demonstrations. You will find even more crashes, bangs, and squelches, and discover all sorts of weird and wonderful science. Pre-book tickets online by clicking here
|10:10-10:40||Emperors, spies and seaweed: writing messages only you can read - with Ben and Matt|
|11:10-11:40||You can be an Engineer too: designing the world around you - with Finlay|
|12:10-12:40||Women who rocked STEM! with Grace and Conor|
|13:10-13:40||Colourful creations: the science of colour - with Elizabeth|
|14:10-14:10||Inventing an impenetrable suit of armour - with Matt and Ben|
|15:10-15:40||Cells and Important Tiny Blobs - with Andrew D|
|16:10-16:40||Vast distances in Space: How far away is that place? - with Andrew S|
Robotics WorkshopsCHaOS will also be running several workshops on robotics, with lots of hands-on design and programming. Absolutely no experience is required, we’ll teach you all the basics and you can start making our robots do all sorts of amazing things in no time at all. We strongly recommend you pre-book tickets for robotics workshops, as these usually run out before the day of the event: click here for tickets.
Please note that Crash, Bang, Squelch! is usually very popular – in 2022 we will be offering pre-booking for timed tickets
If you’re a student in Cambridge and are interested in helping out with Crash, Bang, Squelch!, then you might like to visit our Demonstrator information page.
Now that the building work has finished, all of our activities are fully accessible. A map of the location is shown to the left.