The Bernoulliborg welcomed some 800 visitors last Sunday, during 'Zpannend Zernike', the annual event where several University buildings are open to the public as part of the National Science Weekend.
Always a popular demonstration: the 'quadrocopter', a drone with four rotors.
These Nao robots can walk and even dance.
Math's in 3D: making mathematical models from paper.
If you watch closely, you will spot the 'MagLev train' on this very cold miniature railroad.
Testing the difference between left and right. Participants have to place pegs into holes, using first one hand, then the other.
Making hair gel.
More pictures on the Zpannend Zernike website.
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