Budding scientists might want to make their way to Cambridge today as the city's annual Science Festival gets underway.
The aim is to make the subject more accessible and showcase the research being carried out by Cambridge University.
The two week festival is now in its 21st year and has 275 events and exhibits - in subjects ranging from astronomy to zoology.
"I was really hooked on chemistry from a really early age, probably the age of eight, and so I think it's really important to get others hooked to see the excitement of science as well.
My normal day job is lecturing to under graduates but now this is a chance to get the next generation of scientists enthusiastic about the subject."
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