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Cambridge Science Festival

One of the wonderful things about living in Cambridge is being in a science city. Brussels was a rich cultural city, but orientated towards arts and politics. Cambridge lives and breathes science, with interesting science events for the whole family.

During the Cambridge Science Festival I was able to take Hayden to:

* A lecture on octopuses

* A seminar on microbes

* A demonstration of the periodic table, where Hayden learned about elements from Hydrogen to Tunsten


* A great lecture of the mathematics of games

* A hall filled with volunteer junior scientists all eager to teach him about their speciality

It is also a progressive city, so Lydia and I could attend some great LGBTinSTEM events, such as Out Thinkers.

What a wonderful event, and a delightful introduction to our new home.

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