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Maker Club - Solar Circuits

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The Discovery Zone The Basement

Oxford Centre For Innovation

New Road

Oxford

OX1 1BY

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Saturday 17th June 2017

Solar energy can be used to power everything from a phone to a house to a power station. And unlike smelly, polluting fossil fuels, the Sun’s power doesn’t produce waste products and is completely renewable. Using only a few basic circuit components and a bit of soldering, your kids can lower their carbon footprint by making their very own solar chargers to charge a mobile phone or tablet at this hands-on workshop. We’ll keep our fingers-crossed that the Sun comes out to join us!

As usual, Maker Club encourages members to bring along their own projects, so grab that hat you’ve always wanted to put LED’s in and bring it with you!

Sessions:

10AM - 12PM (Over 12s / Unaccompanied)

2PM - 4PM (Ages 9-12 / Accompanied or unaccompanied)

BOOKING INFORMATION AND PERMISSION FORMS

Afternoon Session Ages 9-12
Parents are welcome to stay for the afternoon session – accompanying adults are free. You can leave your child unaccompanied for the afternoon at Maker Club, but you will need to fill in a permission form and email it to us or bring it in on the day.

Morning session Over 12s
For the unaccompanied session in the morning, permission forms are required.

Forms can be downloaded here and can be emailed to noelle.aly@scienceoxford.com

For information on our terms and conditions visit here.

This event is part of the Oxfordshire Science Festival and Oxford Green Week

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The Discovery Zone The Basement

Oxford Centre For Innovation

New Road

Oxford

OX1 1BY

United Kingdom

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