Draw, experiment and invent as we take you right inside some amazing materials to explore their atomic structures.
Join Imperial physicist Dr Jess Wade and award-winning illustrator Melissa Castrillón to explore the spectacular science of nanomaterials.
We’ll shrink ourselves down to the size of atoms and molecules to explore exactly what makes certain nanomaterials so incredible. By moving atoms very carefully, scientists can create extraordinary nanomaterials, creating technologies to build a better world. The workshop will include hands-on activities, experiments and drawing challenges. Join in their conversation about how materials can change our lives and protect the planet – and pick up some drawing tips too.
This workshop is aimed at children aged 5-12 and their families.
To take part you will need paper, coloured pens or pencils, and a few household materials. We will let you know all the details before the event.
Image: Nano: The Spectacular Science of the Very (Very) Small by Dr Jess Wade illustrated by Melissa Castrillón
Great Exhibition Road Festival
The Great Exhibition Road Festival is a free annual celebration of curiosity, discovery and exploration. Join us as Exhibition Road is transformed with events and activities from over 20 research and culture organisations around South Kensington including Imperial College London, Royal Commission of 1851, Discover South Kensington, Royal Albert Hall, V&A, Science Museum, Royal College of Music, Natural History Museum and many more.
This event is part of the Festival’s new online events programme, celebrating science and the arts from your home.
Supported by Huawei, Lead Technology Sponsor