The 2014 school year is done and dusted, and we have plenty of exciting brain-tickling workshops, shows and activities for hours of fun during the summer holidays. With double deals, daily science shows and hands-on workshops, there is something for everyone.
Sign up today for the Cape Town Science Centre Messy Matters Science Camp – 4 days packed with messy matters and scienterrific fun. Dates: Tuesday 13 January – Friday 16 January 2015 Time: 9:00 – 13:00 daily Appropriate Age: 8 – 12 years of age Cost (Includes all activities and a Camp T-Shirt): R632 per […]
Be sure to join us for the fourth and final Discovery Day for this year, made possible by the generous sponsorship of the British High Commission. Our theme is Space and Astronomy, and we promise an “out of this world” experience for young and old. Entry fee: R5 or 5 empty cans, for everyone, all day long! […]
Calling all talented kids (of all ages) that want to be artists, engineers, scientists, astronauts and designers – it’s time to start planning for the Global Cardboard Challenge! Date: Saturday 11 October Time: 10:00 – 12:00 (Judging @ 12:00) In partnership with Living Maths and the Imagination Foundation Our friends at Caine’s Arcade have started […]
What is the course about? It’s a hands-on workshop that covers aspects of television production. Students are taken step by step through the sequence of making a broadcast quality video for The Cape town Science Centre. On completion of the course each student will receive a certificate and DVD copy of the video produced. Students […]
Don’t miss out on Space Camp 2014 from 7 – 10 October Campers can look forward to daily workshops & activities, dedicated Science Buddies, a Space Camp 2014 T-shirt and loads of Space Science fun! Space is limited to 20 children per Camp and spaces will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. BOOK NOW to […]
The South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) presents the 63rd Bernard Price Memorial Lecture: Excitation, ionisation and the big bang theory – a disastrous history of lightning research in South Africa Presented by Prof Ian Jandrell Monday 15 September 2014, 17:30 for 18:00 RSVP essential: email@example.com Lightning is one of nature’s most impressive events. It is […]
We all truly live in the Space Age. Space exploration is one of those subjects that captures the imagination of people of all ages and all walks of life. The Space Age began on October 4, 1957 with the launch of Sputnik, the world’s first satellite. Yet, humankind dreamt of going into space for centuries […]
Shark Spotters: celebrating 10 years of finding a balance between people and sharks in Cape Town – Sarah Waries Shark Spotters is a pioneering shark attack mitigation program in Cape Town that improves beach safety and contributes directly to white shark conservation through active management and applied research. Come and discover the latest successes and […]
Mark your calendar: Saturday 27 September Another opportunity to explore and discover the science of health at the CTSC, brought to you by the British High Commission. Entry fees will once again be a super low R5 or 5 empty cans – bring the whole family along! Watch this space for the full programme.