Free Science at The Science Museum Lates

Feb 29

Free demonstrations, talks, tours, entertainment and more at the Science Museum Lates from 18.45-22.00 every last Wednesday of the month. There’s a theme and February’s was surgery. We went along to the Who Am I? experiment and had our faces snapped in 3D as part of a research project with Great Ormand Street Doctors. There were all sorts of things happening around the whole huge building including live gall-bladder surgery for Surgery Past and exploration of the science behind heart-break and heart attacks in the Heart Zone.

All the current exhibitions were also open, and some paid-for ones were also open for free. Hidden Heroes detailed the invention and history of everyday items like the milk bottle, zip and rubber band (above). So interesting!

The next one is on Wednesday 28th March.

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