1.30pm to 2.30pm , Monday 13 March
National Museum Cardiff
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A revolution is happening. Across the world people are taking control of the devices we use every day, customising them, creating new things and using the sparks of their imagination to change the world. Now it’s your turn, and you can start with the things around you. Join us in Cardiff for this exciting one-off event.
Following the popular 2014 CHRISTMAS LECTURES at the Ri and the 'How to Hack your Home' series on BBC Four, electrical and electronics engineer Danielle George will show you how to use modern tools and technologies and things from your home to have fun and make a difference to the world around you. Join us in Cardiff for the final date of this nationwide tour.
This show was designed with students aged 11-14 in mind, but students of other ages are also welcome.
This show is produced by the Royal Institution, supported by the Royal Academy of Engineering, and will take place at National Museum Cardiff's Reardon Smith Theatre, Cardiff CF10 3NP.
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