School of Physics researchers will be part of an EU-wide extravaganza of discovery, debate and entertainment on Friday 26th September.
- PhD student Natasha Nicholson will be one of the performers at “Steampunk Science”, a sci-fi treatment of some of today’s most innovative research.
- The Soft Matter Group will give visitors a chance to see behind the scenes of JCMB in a Doors Open Day preview,
- EPCC will keep younger audiences entertained as part of Meet the Experts @ Our Dynamic Earth, with activities covering "Supercomputers to Dinosaurs".
- Victoria Martin and other members of the Particle Physics Experiment group will be at Meet the Experts @ The National Museum of Scotland from 1-4.30pm with activities on "The Higgs Boson and Beyond".
Find out more on the website: www.explorathon.co.uk
EU Researchers’ Night in Scotland is led by the University of Aberdeen, with partners at the universities of Edinburgh, Strathclyde and Glasgow. The programme is funded by the European Commission and will run until the end of 2015.