How do chemical reactions help the Library care for our collection of over 3 million books? What role do robots play in providing access to all those books?
In partnership with Fizzics Education, join the Education team as they discover the answers to these questions and demonstrate some simple fun science experiments to do at home in this series, Science at the Library.
- Create your own liquid rainbows as we show you the beautiful ways that artists used marbling paper to decorate old books.
- Learn about library science and discover how libraries organise and catalogue information
- Learn about robots and the role they play in libraries
- Create your own structure and learn about how shapes are important to building strength and structural integrity
Fizzics Education have a whole range of other free and easy experiments that can be done at home. For more information visit the website.