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Cambridge Festival Meet the Scientist - The Reisner Laboratory

From Sunlight to Fuel: mimicking nature for fuel production

The Reisner Lab works on using sunlight to produce green fuels and chemicals. Watch our presentation to learn about the amazing world of photocatalysis, and how we draw inspiration from nature to generate hydrogen fuel to combat climate change and promote a more sustainable future. For more information, visit our website.


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Cambridge Festival Meet the Scientist - BIP Group

See the world through our eyes

A series of short videos highlighting reseach from the Bio-inspired Photonics Group


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Cambridge Festival Meet the Scientist - The Grey Group

Lemon Batteries

Svetlana Menkin Bachbut from the Grey Group will tell you a little about how batteries were discovered and show you how to make one using lemons.

 


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The Adventures of Ellie the Electron

What does photocatalysis look like on the nanoscale? Find out through the adventures of Ellie the Electron, a young electron who dreams of exploring the world beyond her hometown Catalyst City. But once Ellie is chosen by a ray of sunshine for a great quest, she must become stronger and braver than ever before as she battles water molecules, floats in hydrogen bubbles and races through the Free Electron Freeway to power our world!


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Dr Wothers' Book Club

Antimony, Gold and Jupiter's Wolf

Watch the recording of Peter Wothers' Cambridge Festival lecture on how the elements were discovered and named.


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Cambridge Festival - Hidden in Full View Science Trail

Download our Hidden In Full View Science Trail to enjoy your daily exercise while investigating the scientific history of Cambridge.

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