The most dangerous experiments in physics
A talk by Dr Martin Khechara, Associate Professor for STEM, University of Wolverhampton
In this highly interactive, definitely ridiculous and probably dangerous science show, Dr Martin Khechara will explore some key principles of physics, including motion, temperature, electricity and magnetism to show the audience some of the best and most spectacular demonstrations that can be carried out on stage.
Admission to this free, in-person event is by ticket only, visit Huntingdon Hall (Worcester) Box Office, call 01905 611 427 or click http://www.worcesterlive.co.uk/huntingdon-hall.asp
If intending to travel to the venue by car, please note the sat nav postcode is WR1 2ES.
About the speaker
Martin Khechara is an Associate Professor for engagement in science technology engineering and maths (STEM) at the University of Wolverhampton. A former research scientist he specialises in microbiology and now has an international profile for his pedagogical research in student and public engagement. Other than his role as an educator Martin is a science communicator, presenter, writer and performer and believes in the power of STEM and study at university to change lives and actively works in the community to bring the magic of STEM subjects to those that need it the most.