The Faculty of Science is attending The Big Bang Fair, which takes place at the NEC, from Thursday 13 – Sunday 16 March.
The Big Bang Fair is one of the UK’s largest celebrations of science, engineering, technology and maths for young people primarily aged 7-19 years old. It’s free to attend and attracts thousands of aspiring scientists and engineers from across the UK every year.
The Faculty of Science is exhibiting at this year’s event, which is expected to receive approximately 75,000 visitors. The interactive stand, which will be located in the Alive zone, will explore sensing through the use of science. Activities on the stand will include, studying the habits of bats by using ultrasound and investigating new sensing technology that can map images from inside the body.
Representatives from five departments within the Faculty including; Computer Science, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics will be attending the event on behalf of the Faculty.
To attend the event, please register for free at The Big Bang Fair 2014. Please note Thursday and Friday are fully booked, however, Saturday and Sunday is still open for registration. Due to registration rules, adults aged 19 and over must be accompanied by a child in order to attend the event. For more information please refer to the full terms and conditions.