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Norwich Science Festival 2018: Technology Day

Wednesday the 24th was technology day at the Norwich science festival and was sponsored by Vattenfall. It focused on new branches of technology being developed right now, such as: robotics, virtual reality and renewable energy. The atmosphere was that of a curious nature, everyone was learning about the latest developments in technology. A Stand run…


What Will Happen to Our Archipelago’s?

Patrick Barkham introduces himself, as well as his book Islander: A Journey Around Our Archipelago showing a projection of the book cover decorated with some of the British Isles atop of the United Kingdom and Ireland. He begins his talk with a game of spot the difference of what convincingly seems to be the same…


Norwich Science Festival 2018: Drone Racing

When I first heard about a Drone Racing event at the Norwich Science Festival, I couldn’t wait to see these machines first hand, however after chatting to the event organiser, I found out about the amazing work the charity behind the event completes across the world.  The event was aimed at children with an interest…


Liveblog: Young Communications Team cover the Norwich Science Festival

An ode to science: reflections on the festival In the week following a celebration, it’s always important to reflect on the impact of an event. The Norwich Science Festival took place between 21-29 of October, hosting in excess of 125 events (and thousands more people!) ranging from a talk by Helen Sharman- Britain’s First Astronaut-…

January 2021
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