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July 2016: Daresbury Laboratory Open Week!
April 15th 2016

July 2016: Daresbury Laboratory Open Week!

Ever wondered what happens at an international science laboratory?

Well, here’s your chance to find out! For one week only this July, Daresbury Laboratory will open its doors for EVERYONE to explore some of the most spectacular and powerful science experiments.

The Open Day is your chance to get up-close and personal to world changing science. Attendees will have the chance to peek behind the scenes of ALICE—a particle accelerator that offers the prospect of new cancer treatments, SuperSTEM—one of the world’s highest resolution electron microscopes, the Hartree Centre—a high performance computer centre and some BIG TELESCOPES.  There may even be a chance to try out 3D printing and explore a Dark Matter Garden! And that’s just for starters…

You’ll learn about how science is changing our lives in the 21st century.

6 and 7 July 2016 – Schools Day | 09 July – Public Day

Click here to find out more…

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THE BIG BANG NORTH WEST 2016!
Booking is now OPEN! You can choose to attend the morning or afternoon session. National Science + Engineering Competition entrants will need to book a morning slot as you will need to attend the whole day.

CLICK TO BOOK YOUR SCHOOL GROUP…
YOU DON’T WANT YOUR SCHOOL TO MISS THIS!

ENTER THE NATIONAL SCIENCE + ENGINEERING COMPETITION HERE!
The closing date for projects to be entered is 6 May 2016
Places are limited, please register your projects and book your place as soon as possible.

Businesses! Looking to sponsor a high profile event? We need you!
Click here to take a look at our Sponsorship Document…
You could help inspire the thinkers of the future!

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