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NI Science Festival 2015

NI Science Festival 2015

The AmmA Centre is pleased to announce that as part of the NI Science Festival we will be organising a STEM activity day on 21st February in our centre for 10 – 14 year olds.

The event will consist of three hands-on activities making the link between science and its creative practical applications.

Each participant will have opportunities to:

1) Explore the potential of programmable chips in electronic circuits and the control of robots;

2) Use the latest in mobile microscope technology to explore the micro-world and bring their findings to life through animation;

3) Investigate the third dimension by modelling and manufacturing 3D objects.

Places are free however booking is essential – log on at https://getinvited.to/ammacentre/full-steam-ahead/


To find out about other events happening throughout Northern Ireland during 19th Feb to 1st Mar visit www.nisciencefestival.com


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