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Super Science at the Sedgwick

10:00am daily from Saturday 27 March until Friday 2 April

Times shown are in GMT (UTC +0) up to the 27th March. For events on or after 28th March times are in BST (UTC +1).

Throughout the festival week we will tweet daily at 10am with a different topic each day demonstrating the range of exciting research taking place in the Department of Earth Sciences. From fossil birds to the geology of Mars, explore how the Sedgwick Museum's collections contribute to this research. Follow us on twitter @sedgwickmuseum and use the hashtag #SuperScienceSedgwick

Timetable

Saturday - The earliest birds: Investigating fossils of modern birds' ancient relatives.

Sunday - Student Spotlight: A selection of films from our students about current research, from bouncing eggs to moving plates.

Monday - Carbon Cycle: What role do rivers and microbes play in the carbon cycle on earth?

Tuesday - Studying the geology of planets....with special access to the latest Mars news.

Wednesday - Past climates: What can seashells tell us?

Thursday - The Deep Earth: how studying earthquakes can help us understand the structure of the Earth.

Friday - Inspired by these scientists? Find out more about studying Earth Sciences at Cambridge.

Booking/Registration is: UNKNOWN

Additional Information

Age: Young Adults 12 – 18
Timing: Available on Demand
Theme: Explore

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