Find out how our vision affects our sense of taste in this interesting experiment with white wine! (ADULTS ONLY!)
Find out how our vision affects our sense of taste in this interesting experiment with flavoured water!
Learn how to extract DNA from fruit using nothing but household objects!
Separate out the colours of nature using household materials and some leaves!
Use this paper craft activity to build your own model MRI Machine
Families with children 8-12 years old
Try out interesting acting techniques from the world of 19th Century Theatre!
See if you can correctly place the internal organs inside different animals!
Explore weather and climate through postcards, and see how the changing climate might impact them!
See how an archaeological dig works using cookies!
Try this online quiz to see if you can match the animal to the amount of methane it produces!
Make a model of the amazing insides of an animal cell with kit you can find at home!
Cut and paste out the three pieces of this iconic prehistoric animal!
Find out how to do your own science investigation using bouncy balls.
We want you to design your own virus, we created the Giggletilly virus – for a virus that gives you the giggles!
Learn about how molecules of the Earth help us answer questions about the past when they happened 1,000s of years ago.
Using food dye and a hair dryer to learn about how wings create lift on planes.
Is it possible to detect small plastic which are invisible to our eye?
Discover how to make useful things from green seaweed blooms
What are superbugs and how do we stop them?
Let us detect diabetes using breath analysing sensor!
Learn how to make your own solar panel.
How does crystal shape affect the properties of the materials?
Fill in the missing labels with the names of the bones in the arm of a theropod dinosaur, Allosaurus
Become a heart surgeon and perform your own bypass
Group Activity. Test your willingness to communicate in a second language.
A Litter Picking Pursuit
How do clouds form? This activity tests how soap changes the nature of water and what it can do