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Inverness Science Festival details revealed

By Philip Murray

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A scene at last year's Inverness Science Festival.
A scene at last year's Inverness Science Festival.

DINOSAUR puppets, 3D printing and a Lego hide and seek mission will feature when Inverness Science Festival returns later this month, organisers have announced.

The two week programme, which begins on April 28, will also include a periodic table trail at the Victorian Market, and a free family day at Inverness Leisure on April 29 featuring racing balloon cars, giant bubble-making sessions and the chance to craft T-Rex finger puppets.

The festival also features a public lecture series, with talks on the forensics of crime scenes, reducing energy consumption in the home and the dolphins of the Moray Firth.

A spokeswoman for the organisers said: “There is a range of activities for all ages and interests.

“We hope this will be an opportunity for everybody to experience the excitement around science in the Highlands at the moment!”

Visit www.uhi.ac.uk/isf for the full programme of events.

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