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Sweet take on science
4:00pm Saturday 2nd February 2013 in News
Build a DNA double helix out of confectionary and take part in a toy car rally at a junior science festival.
A thousand visitors a day are expected to take part in a weekend of Bright Sparks events at Hove Park Upper School as part of the Brighton Science Festival.
The events include activities about insects, athletics, animals, recycling and computing.
On Saturday February 16, Drusillas is providing a selection of bugs and Sea Life Brighton is bringing a mobile rock pool.
On Sunday February 17 visitors can learn about the human mind, experiment with a flywheel from engineering firm Ricardo in Shoreham, and learn how to use spectrometers to investigate stars and planets.
Booking is recommended. Tickets are £4 a day for children aged seven to 14, and £6 a day for over-16s. Family tickets are £16.
For more information visit www.brightonscience.com.
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