The Cambridge Science Festival is upon us again, thirteen days of science related-activities, demonstrations, talks and open-days in which the public is invited to interact with Cambridge science. You’ll be able to witness this sort of thing (from 2013):
The theme of this year’s festival is structures and patterns, embracing such areas as genetics, crystallography, geology, geometry, the structure of the brain, star maps and city maps. Very interesting, no doubt, but I would recommend readers to study the cautionary tale of Will Smith and his son Jaden, who are on record seeing patterns in everything. Read it here.
If you are still keen to get involved, the place to start is the online catalogue where you can browse among the more than 250 events, the vast majority of which are free.