Organiser: CSW Group
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New Exciting interactive shows for 2018:
Simon Watt writer, science communicator and TV presenter recent shows include Cracking The Code: The Genetics of Superheroes.
Mad Science a team of fun Science Geeks who have worked on ideas such as OPTIMUS PRIME asking students to "Be the Spark" and help humankind by raising awareness of the benefits that NASA technologies contribute to our everyday lives.
What Happens at Big Bang Exeter
The Big Bang Exeter is open to students aged 10-19 from all schools, colleges and home educators.
The day runs from 10am - 3.30pm. You can come for all or part of the day. We would recommend a minimum of three hours so you can have time to tour the hands-on exhibition and enjoy a show.
The venue will be full of interactive exhibitions that run all day
There is a programme of shows that you can pre-book for students.
There will be some catering (drinks, snacks) available to buy on site but we recommend all students bring a packed lunch with them.