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Sun 8 April 10.00am-4.00pm
Museum of Transport and Technology, 805 Great North RD, Western Springs, Auckland
From $0 (under 5s) to $45 (family pass)
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See Auckland’s own Slime Princess, 11-year-old Katharina Weischede, demonstrating the science behind her hugely popular slime products, as well as experience a range of interactive exhibits including robotics, virtual reality proteins, ultrasound research, forensic science, steganography and so much more.
This family day out gives visitors the chance to experience a variety of exciting projects currently being worked on by the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) community - as well as meet the specialists expanding New Zealand’s boundaries in these fields. Kiwis are often at the forefront of STEM advances and are continuously making solid contributions to the world with their subject knowledge.
Come along and be inspired by the expertise and hands-on activities created by leading scientists and technologists from tertiary institutions and industries such as: Auckland, Canterbury and Massey Universities, the Institute of Environmental Science and Research, Mindkits and The Mind Lab by Unitec.
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