Discover how biology and computer science work together to explore human health… and learn how to control a robot arm! You can explore the fantastic line up of Cambridge Science Centre exhibits and you’ll have the chance to learn how to code with computer scientists from Cambridge.
Venue: Cambridge Science Centre
Location: Clifton Road Industrial Estate, Cambridge, CB1 7ED
Date: Saturday 28 September
Time: 10.30am – 5pm
Age: All ages
Event Type: Exhibition, drop-in, hands-on, talks, for adults, for kids
Cost: £1 / €1
Booking info: Entry on the door
Celebrate European research with us at the Cambridge Science Centre where entry will be reduced to either £1 or €1 (whichever you have to hand) for adults and free for children.
Find out how biology and computer science work together to explore human health…and learn how to control a robot arm!
The usual fantastic line up of Cambridge Science Centre exhibits will be on display along with some special LifeLab offerings. Computer scientists will be chatting about how they use their coding skills to help discover treatments for diseases such as cancer and malaria. You’ll have the chance to learn how to code, and then put your new skills to the test to programme wearable technology and a robot arm.
There’s something for everyone and so much to discover as we bring the people (and the robots) behind the science to you.