Guerilla Science



A place for the team and our collaborators to share news, research, and inspiration.


Oobleck Olympics

May 6, 2015 — by Mark
This blog-post is written by Mark Rosin and Olivia Koski with the help of Enrico Fonda, a fluid dynamics researcher who worked with us to develop the Oobleck Olympics, a mathematics-themed obstacle course at the National Math Festival.  You have three minutes to aim and fire a giant vortex canon,...
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Maker Faire

February 1, 2011 — by Zoe
Our physics maestro Steve Mould will be in Newcastle this coming March 12 and 13 for the Maker Faire, a cornucopia of robots, knitted inventions, combustion engines and all manner of homemade gadgetry. He'll be showing off two of his classic Guerilla Science shows: Sonic Fire, featuring our...
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Secret Garden Party 2009, Sunday: The Universe

July 26, 2009 — by Zoe
The Universe is so vast, surely it deserves at least a day to survey it with telescopes, the latest Hubble images, and a celebration of the history of rockets. Mysteries of the Universe 1100-1200 Martin White, CERN Martin, a high energy physicist with...
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Secret Garden Party 2009, Saturday: The Cosmos

July 25, 2009 — by Zoe
From the beginning of time to particle accelerators and the future of energy, a survey of life (and death), the universe, and everything. Want To Know When You'll Die? 1100-1200 David Spiegelhalter, University of Cambridge How long are you going to...
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