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Extreme Science

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Join Dr Basil Singer as he gives a fun-packed, interactive and emonstration-laden talk that uses extreme sports to explain the basic principles of mechanics. How does a skateboarder jump? How does a breakdancer do a headspin? What does Sir Isaac Newton look like with a goatee?! What’s he got to do with skydiving? All these questions, and more, are answered using skateboards, BMX wheels, frisbee and acrobatics. Bring your skateboard and get involved!

This talk is part of the Cambridge Science Festival series.

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