Rather depressing how my 'street cred' seemed to increase when I mentioned to a couple of young friends that I was making some stage-props for the BBC Blue Peter science presenter...
Tonight's project was to create a 'camera obscura' from a cardboard box, a cheap plastic magnifier and a screen cut from a white plastic bag.
(If any more local, panicking parents need me to visit and help with St George's Primary School's show-and-tell science homework for tomorrow, your time is running out...)
How to stand on a box of eggs. St Georges Primary School, New Mills. "Won't your parents be pleased at the science you've learned today?"
"After having invited Dr. Elsa Bailey to do a workshop in 2015, this year, Hüttinger invited well known expert Ian Russell to do an exhibit design session: The beauty of simplicity.
Thereafter, a follow-up trip with exhibit assessments to Techmania Science Center and Luftmuseum Amberg (German AIR MUSEUM Amberg - Art Architecture Design Technology) with a wonderful soap bubble performance by Ian were provided."