6.00pm to 7.30pm, Saturday 1 October
This event has already taken place
Scientists are trying to recreate fusion, the energy source of the sun and stars, on earth to provide us with a clean, inexhaustible supply of energy for the future. One way of making such a miniature star on earth is using the world’s most powerful lasers! Join physicist Dr Kate Lancaster on a journey to find out why lasers are so special and why we can use them to help us power our world. Expect “maximum laser”, demonstrations, and plenty of audience participation.
Particularly suitable for ages 7+
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