Serial entrepreneur, Amy Weatherup and James Marsh, Senior Associate, Private Client Advisory Team, Birketts, have recently joined the Board of Cambridge Science Centre. Their collective expertise adds key skills to the current Board, chaired by Dr David Cleevely, and follows the end of tenure for long-serving Board member, John Short.
Cambridge Science Centre welcomes international fresh produce business G’s as a supporting member of its Executive Council.
The team at Cambridge Science Centre was delighted to welcome Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner and his colleagues to the Centre last Friday. Daniel explored the exhibits and joined a session entitled ‘Built for Speed’ where communicators and visitors explored how machines work, why some go faster than others and how we build machines for speed.
Kao Data, the specialist developer and operator of advanced data centres for high performance colocation, has today announced it has signed a three-year funding agreement with Cambridge Science Centre, and will become a member of its Executive Council. The project aims to help bridge the digital divide in East Anglia and beyond, providing access to technology and resources that will encourage…
Cambridge Science Centre is celebrating British Science Week this year with a competition for youngsters, who have the chance to win prizes for themselves and their school.
This half-term sees Cambridge Science Centre offer something a little bit different for children. It is running bookable sessions over the half-term week, so you can explore science in lots of exciting and different ways.
Dr Lucinda Spokes, Head of Public Engagement, University of Cambridge and Jonathan Drori, CBE have recently joined the Cambridge Science Centre Board. Their collective expertise brings effective key skills to the current Board, headed by Dr David Cleevely.
Cambridge Science Centre will be open again from Saturday 15th August for just three weeks. In its first public show since March, it will feature the Bloodhound LSR, which is aiming to break the world land speed record and reach a staggering 1,000mph.
Cambridge Science Centre, along with over 40 members of the UK Association for Science and Discovery Centres (ASDC), has joined the Science Centres For Our Future campaign, which is calling on the government to set up an Emergency Resilience Fund to support the UK’s world-class network of regional Science Centres.
Cambridge Science Centre, along with other local venues, is currently closed during the coronavirus pandemic. But perhaps even more so now, in these strange and unprecedented times, Cambridge Science Centre has a vital role to play in inspiring the scientific curiosity in every child, igniting an enduring passion for experimentation and discovery in everything and fuelling self-belief in those…
What's on this summer? Lots of fun activities are happening both in their Cambridge Centre and in communities across East Anglia.
Cambridge Science Centre has a new permanent location on the Clifton Road Industrial Estate
Cambridge Science Centre will be celebrating UK Fungus Day on Sunday (9th October), when visitors will have the chance to explore the amazing world of fungi during a day of special activities, experiments and expert talks. As a bonus, the first 50 families will receive a bag of free fungus-themed goodies, courtesy of the British Mycological Society.
Since opening its doors in 2013, Cambridge Science Centre has been an extremely popular destination for a fun day out and has welcomed over 120,000 parents and children from Cambridge and beyond. As it launches a new online programme - COSMOS Kids - to enable visitors to take science home with them, the charity seeks support from local businesses. Join in to benefit from the scheme while…
Summer's nearly here, which means a new exhibition at the Cambridge Science Centre on Jesus Lane.
Could you be an astronaut? Join the Cambridge Science Centre this half-term for a programme of astronaut training activities to see if you're made of the right stuff!
Cambridge Science Centre has teamed up with HackLab to deliver an after-school club for 8-12 year olds.
Using breakthrough technology and an ancient statute, Cambridge Science Centre has over come its problem of homelessness, creating a world first for the city.
Is there anybody out there? Venture into outer space with Cambridge Science Centre this half term and discover more about how we are exploring life beyond Earth.
Go along to the Cambridge Science Centre at lunchtime today (Friday, January 15th) to watch British ESA astronaut Tim Peake take his first steps out of the international space station (ISS) to perform a space walk.
Cambridge Science Centre's spectacular event at the Corn Exchange on Sunday 6th December will see families, schools and local companies building a huge chain of crazy contraptions that launch one another around the room and across the stage.
Backed by the UK Space Agency, Cambridge Science Centre along with 19 science centres across the UK have joined forces with the European Space Agency’s first British astronaut, Tim Peake, to offer youngsters a unique opportunity to join his crew, learn about human space flight and follow life on the International Space Station.
The Cambridge Science Centre is seeing the summer out with a stellar offer - two children per family go free to its COSMIC exhibition*. From today (Wednesday 26 August) to Tuesday 1 September, families can get lost in space for less.
Backed by the UK Space Agency, Cambridge Science Centre has announced that it is one of 20 centres across the UK to be chosen to join forces with the European Space Agency’s first British astronaut, Tim Peake, to deliver Destination Space.
Opening on Thursday 23 July, Cambridge Science Centre's new COSMIC exhibition invites visitors to step out of this world into a space adventure, exploring our solar system, stars, and the extraordinary machines we travel in and send out to discover new frontiers. Its hands-on and interactive exhibits put you firmly at the controls.