Showing Science shows activities for all topics for all audiences
Frequency, amplitude and wavelength are explored in the company of birds and bass bins.
A light-hearted look at the structure and the visual, motor and language functions of the human brain. And dressing up as a neurone.
A brand-new show introducing current thinking on our senses - all 33 of them!
Emotions and illusions are used to investigate and to explore the links between the brain and the senses.
This bubbling and explosive show engages students with liquids, gases and ideas about volume and making measurements.
In the setting of a playground, investigate why you can’t race with your brakes on and how to make the biggest splash in a puddle.
A model heart pumping fake blood, lungs, acting-out opposing muscle pairs and sweat glands feature in this inside-out body show.
This loud and exciting show investigates the propulsive forces and explosions that take rockets into space.
This highly visual and phenomenon-based show considers what light is, where it comes from and how travels.
This exciting show investigates the propulsive forces that take rockets into space.