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scienceuncovered.jpg Yep, this is science, actually...

Here’s a pic taken at last year’s Science Uncovered event at Great North Museum: Hancock. It’s happening all over again this September and if you’d like to know more about it then step right this way.

Ok: here’s what we know. Science Uncovered is an informal ‘late’ event in celebration of European Researchers’ Night on Friday 29 September and is free to drop in. It’s being delivered in partnership with the National History Museum in London and there will be at least 15 different stalls around the museum with Newcastle University researchers explaining and demonstrating their work. There will be a programme of 10-15 minute ‘Lightning Talks’, including one such short lecture from an ex-Arctic Explorer. There will also be bar with craft beer, cocktails etc, a fun and social atmosphere and it’s all taking place at the end of Freshers’ Week, so, hey, ideal for freshers and other students. Oh, and the theme for the evening will be ‘Oceans’. Dive in.

Science Uncovered, Friday 29 September, Great North Museum: Hancock, Barras Bridge, Newcastle, 6pm-10pm, free, so just drop in. greatnorthmuseum.org.uk