Children from Blue Bell Hill Primary School in Nottingham are getting a preview look today at a special periodic table that replaces scientific symbols with local landmarks and famous people.
The first-ever Nottingham Periodic Table will be officially unveiled at the University of Nottingham's Wonder event on the 15th June.
The table has been put together from hundreds of suggestions of landmarks, people and sayings across Nottingham.
So what's on the table ?
Nottingham legends Robin Hood and Brian Clough are Rhodium (Rh) and Bromine (Br)
Fashion designer Paul Smith is Protactinium (Pa)
Wollaton from the University campus is Tungsten (W)
Queen Isabella is I, after reportedly seeking refuge in Nottingham Castle
"This Nottingham Periodic Table is a fantastic celebration of the people and places that make the city such a great place to live, work and study.
The new table will be celebrated at the Wonder 2019 event at the University of Nottingham's University Park this Saturday. Teams are holding more than a hundred campus activities celebrating science experiments.
Take a look at one of the world's oldest periodic tables below.