Along the way he will provide a glimpse into the world of physics and share the wonders of the universe. You can find out what the universe was like in its first trillionth of a second and discover how to break the sound barrier. Doctor Lewney will also demystify the latest news about the discovery of the Higgs Boson “God” particle.
The Cardiff Science Festival – back after an absence of seven years – runs for a week from next Monday 9 and aims to showcase science and technology over 40 events including workshops, live demonstrations, performances, lectures and debates.
As a partner in the Festival, Techniquest is also running one of its popular After Hours events on Thursday 12 July with Science Junkie Huw James while on Sunday 15 July; science broadcaster Rhys Phillips takes a look at how lightning forms and the research he is involved in developing new ways to protect aircraft from lightning strike damage.
For details of other Science Festival events visit http://cardiffsciencefestival.co.uk. For details of Techniquest events visit www.techniquest.org.
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