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Feb
10
Wed
2:00 pm Analysis and Spectroscopy Workshop @ University of Leeds
Analysis and Spectroscopy Workshop @ University of Leeds
Feb 10 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
In this workshop, Y12 chemistry A level students work in groups to identify a common painkiller using melting point, thin layer chromatography and infrared (IR) spectroscopy. This is followed by a detailed analysis of the IR and NMR spectra. Other techniques may be covered on request.
Mar
5
Sat
all-day Leeds Festival of Science 2016 @ Leeds
Leeds Festival of Science 2016 @ Leeds
Mar 5 – Mar 23 all-day
The annual Leeds Festival of Science – now in its 11th year – offers an exciting programme of events to help enthuse and inspire everyone, with activities for key stages 2-5, and public events open to all. Schools can join us for just one session or make a day of it, and our public events run throughout evenings and weekends. There is always a wide range of topics offered, covering many areas of science, maths, engineering, geology, geography, sports science and careers. Be sure to check out the schools programme and the public programme to see what’s on offer.
1:00 pm LFoS – Explore the Power of Water @ Thwaite Mills
LFoS – Explore the Power of Water @ Thwaite Mills
Mar 5 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
A fun packed day of practical science activities that will show how we can use water as a source of power. The event itself is free but usual admissions charges apply. Please contact us on 0113 378 2983 or email thwaite.mills@leeds.gov.uk for more details. See all our public events running during Leeds Festival of Science here.  

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Leeds Festival of Science

Leeds
Festival
of Science

5th – 23rd March 2016

Come celebrate British Science Week with us

The annual Leeds Festival of Science – now in its 11th year – offers an exciting programme of events to help enthuse and inspire everyone, with activities for key stages 2-5, and public events open to all. Schools can join us for just one session or make a day of it, and our public events run throughout evenings and weekends. There is always a wide range of topics offered, covering many areas of science, maths, engineering, geology, geography, sports science and careers.

We hope you can join us in 2016!