With the launch of the Manchester Science Festival 2013 website earlier today, we thought we should let you know what our plans are for this year. We've taken part in the last two festivals and we're back this year with not one but two events!
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The Barometer team are appearing at the Manchester Science Festival for the second year in a row. After our successful LIVE episode last year, we've decided to join in the fun activities at the Science Spectacular on the 27th October from 11am-3pm. We'll be based in the Manchester Museum, who kindly hosted our LIVE show last year.Our stand will include:
On the day you'll be able to see demonstrations of the wonderful world of weather and climate, as well as being able to take part in some of the activities yourself. We'll also have a quiz where you could win some great prizes kindly given to us by the Royal Meteorological Society.Come along next Saturday and see some spectacular science!
Join the Barometer podcasters in a LIVE episode at the Manchester Science Festival where we discuss the differences, and similarities, between weather and climate. Come along to the Manchester Museum to hear about why it’s so difficult to predict the weather, how aerosols affect both weather and climate, and how clouds can affect climate. With live demonstrations and our version of ‘ready, steady, cook’ style voting this is an episode not to be missed!In a first for the Barometer, we have both an audio version of the live episode as well as a video edition! Both can be found below.
The Barometer Podcast LIVE at Manchester Science... by TheBarometerPodcast
Thing have been a little quiet lately on the site as we've been planning something very special, which if you been following us on Twitter or Facebook, you'll have already seen it.
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, we'll be producing our first ever LIVE edition of the podcast!!!
You can join us in a LIVE episode where we'll discuss the differences, and similarities, between weather and climate. Come along to the Manchester Museum to hear about why it’s so difficult to predict the weather, how aerosols affect both weather and climate, and how clouds can affect climate. With live demonstrations and our version of ‘ready, steady, cook’ style voting this is an event not to be missed!
If that’s not enough to satisfy your thirst for atmospheric science and climate change then there’s the chance to explore Manchester Museum followed by Climate Change Question Time…live!
We really hope you can make what should be an evening full of fun and fascinating science. Let your friends and family know about the event too!