10.30am to 1.00pm, Tuesday 16 April
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Join the Ri’s Science in Schools presenter Dan Plane in this workshop featuring live demonstrations, as well as hands-on opportunities for students to explore the exciting world of electricity and power.
Discover the history of electricity and witness some of the earliest historical demonstrations of how electricity could be used and harnessed, as developed by one of the Royal Institution’s most famous scientists Michael Faraday.
Dan Plane is a Science in Schools presenter for the Royal Institution. Dan's worked in education for nearly 20 years, and he's been a science communicator for the last 8 years with an ever-growing interest in all areas of science.
Dan especially enjoys bringing fun and excitement to the demonstrations he has been creating and performing in science centres and schools across the UK.
Dan is all about getting everyone, kids and adults alike, to explore the past, present, and future of science, and is proud to be a part of the rich history of science communication here at the Ri.
This workshop is strictly for 7–9 year-olds. There will be a short break during the workshop and a drink and a small snack will be provided. Students should bring their own snack if they have any allergies
This workshop is based on our ExperRimental video series, a series of short films that make it fun, easy and cheap to do science at home. Our films give you lots of ideas for kids’ activities that will help you explore the world around you, question and experiment together.
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