Summer Science Exhibition 2011
5-10 July | Free entry
5-10 July | Free entry6-9 Carlton House Terrace, London
Guns, knives & bombs: spotting weapons in baggage x-rays
Interactive bionic vision
Cluster's mission to the magnetosphere
Balancing conservation and public health
Graphene: unexpected science in a pencil line
How nature dresses to impress
Interpreting climate predictions
Fundamental building blocks of the Universe
Raiders of the lost amp!
Facing up to faces: perception from brains to robots
Can you hear the shape of the graph?
Geometry and light: the science of invisibility
Satnav for surgeons: navigating the body’s arterial highways
Speaking and listening in a noisy world
A secret world beneath the waves
Combating the superpests: the battle to save our food
Schrödinger’s cat in a silicon chip
Resolving the riddle of our earliest vertebrate ancestors
Putting sunshine in the tank: using nanotech to make solar fuel.
21st century traffic control: the invisible referee
The science of the bleeding obvious!
Blown away: capturing the power of the wind
Ask the scientists: From 20 June to 01 July 2011 you can ask online questions about:Aurora explorer, Bats & bugs, Carbon flatland, Discovering particles, Hearing shapes, Keyhole surgery, Noisy world, Pesticide resistance, Solar nanotech, Traffic control and Trauma surgery
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