A whopping 1770 children and adults visited the Bernoulliborg on 2 October to experience the program which Science LinX had organized for Zpannend Zernike (Exziting Zernike). Last years record was crushed by some 700 visitors! And it must be said, the program was impressive: experiments in and outside the fume cupboard, a dancing robot, the permanent exhibition as well as tinker activities. All in all a great day!
Zpannend Zernike took place on 1 and 2 October at different locations in Groningen town (Saturday) and the Zernike Campus (Sunday).
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