Since 2005, the Festival has been inspiring young minds across Sussex with their flagship Bright Sparks event – a weekend of hands-on, accessible science fun for youngsters and their parents. Twelve years later, they’re shifting the focus of the festival back onto young people. They, after all, are the mad scientists of the future.
In addition to the mammoth Bright Sparks weekend, organisers are putting on a jam-packed programme of shows, workshops and activities over the February half term to inspire curious minds of all ages. As always, the emphasis will be on serious fun – the kind of learning that doesn’t feel like work.
You and your kids will learn loads about technology, medicine and maths without even knowing it.
They will be taking the fear out of quantum theory, while putting the LOL into encephalology.
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