August 2nd, 2022
For years, scientists have been meeting children and parents during Summer Scientist Week to learn about how the mind and brain work first-hand through playing fun games.
This year, we will be returning to an in-person Summer Scientist event. Throughout the week children aged between 4-17 years old will get to spend half a day taking part in a range of our research games and other fun activities.
The event will take place between Tuesday 2 August 2022 – Thursday 4 August 2022 at the Engineering Science Learning Centre on University Park campus.
A more relaxed session was run on the afternoon of Saturday 30 July for neurodiverse and differently abled children, which allowed them to engage in the activities in a quieter, more accessible manner.
We will also once again be running the Summer Scientist Online event. Throughout the month of August, children will be able to take part in a range of our research games and other fun activities via our website, at any time.
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