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Rocket-powered cars, crime and smelly texts at Natural History Museum late

Posted at 2:20 pm, June 11, 2014 in Arts & Entertainment, Music & Nightlife
Natural History Museum Lates

As part of Universities Week, the Natural History Museum will be staying open late tonight, June 11, for a night of educational excitement.

If you haven’t already heard about Universities Week, it’s a seven-day stint of free exhibitions and events displaying the latest university research at the Natural History Museum. This evening’s after-hours shenanigans will have loads of scien-terrific activities happening, including the chance to step into a crime scene to see how technological advances can help to solve a mystery. You’ll also have the chance to ride an emotional roller coaster (not literally), learn how eye-gaze technology could help mobilise the disabled, or send a smell with a smartphone. There’s even a rocket-powered car that can break the world land speed record of 1,000mph. Oh and it’s all totally free, so think of it like uni without the £30k debts.

Read about when Time Out met the Natural History Museum’s fish curator.

By Laura Sagar

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