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Lose yourself in a world of scientific discovery

Cheltenham Science Festival's virtual Discover Zone  is now live and ready for you to explore a host of interactive activities.

Dive in and enjoy games, videos, worksheets and much more designed by the Festival Partners.

With activities for all ages, you can use the in-built filter to find the right age category and perfect subject matter for you. Now is your chance to discover more about science, technology, engineering or mathematics!

Activities to get stuck into include:

  • BT Escape Room: The cybercriminal LYcus is determined to cause chaos across the nation. Can you stop him?
  • Recycling Scavenger Hunt: Explore the packaging around your home and find out how much of it is recyclable.
  • Spy Murder Mystery: GCHQ challenges you to use your super maths logic to catch the murderer before it's too late
  • A Plane Idea: Research, design and manufacture a prototype glider with the goal of gliding the greatest distance.
  • Meet Shaquille: Meet the DeepMind Scholar and learn about his path into studying computer science and beyond.
  • Apprenticeships: Myths and Reality: EDF debunk 5 common myths about apprenticeships to help you make your next steps after GCSEs.

Meanwhile, tickets for live events at the Science Festival, which runs from June 8 to 13, are selling fast, with some already sold out. Act now and book tickets for unmissable events. There are a handful of tickets left for Brian Cox & Jeff Forshaw and Hannah Fry & Adam Rutherford.

For full Science Festival details visit Cheltenham Science Festival 

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