Discover the range of programmes available at the L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre.
Explosive science learning is back at the Ri's L’Oréal Young Scientist Centre with a series of virtual science sessions for primary schools.
Determine your phenotype and genotype for a taste receptor that we share with our primate ancestors.
Step into the role of a clinical bacteriologist and use research-grade laboratory equipment to investigate DNA samples from new outbreaks of bacterial disease.
Use a pin-hole camera to take retro pictures on photographic paper and develop them in our dark room.
Students have the chance to get hands-on and make their own bath bombs and lip balms whilst learning some fundamental chemistry.
Learn how vehicles are designed to keep us safe in a collision, and use your knowledge to protect an egg passenger during a real crash test.
Learn the basics behind the forensic applications of DNA and help to solve a ‘murder’.
Learn about this amazing molecule that codes for who we are.
Produce your own version of a shampoo and compare it to the commercial product.
Program a LEGO rover through our Mars landscape and look for chemical signs of life in Mars soil samples back in the laboratory.
This is a hands-on history of electromagnetism and how it led to the invention of the motor.
Discover the world of chemistry by synthesising your own dyes and taking on a real life chemistry challenge.