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Lots of excitement at Zernike this Sunday

02 October 2014

On Sunday 5 October, the Zernike Campus will host all sorts of activities. It's the national science weekend! Read the full program (in Dutch) on the Zpannend Zernike website. The event takes place from noon until 5 p.m. and the entrance is free. Below, you will find a sneak preview of what will happen in the Bernoulliborg.

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Always a highlight: the quadrocopter drone, flying around with its camera pointed at you.

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Great for the kids: making your own shampoo or shower gel.

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Mathematicians like puzzles. And you will like them as well, when they come in this form!

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What is better than candy? Bigger candy, of course! Learn how you can ,ake these candies grow. All this and more (not just for kids, but for students, mums and dads as well) this Sunday at the Bernoulliborg and other places on the Zernike Campus.

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