Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition

5 - 10 JULY 2016
With 22 fascinating interactive exhibits you can discover the science changing our world. Come along and meet scientists from across the UK and discuss their exciting research, right at the forefront of scientific innovation. From galaxies, volcanoes and killer fungus to man-made diamonds, stem cells and surgical robots, you can explore cutting edge research from across the sciences. The Summer Science Exhibition is suitable for all ages and also features a host of free talks, debates and family activities throughout the week.

Ian Edwards

Ian Edwards is celebrating over 40 years of creating a unique range of furniture for the music lover and bibliophile.

No ordinary enterprise, it is housed in a converted chapel in the elegant North Yorkshire town of Harrogate - famed for its flowers and music concerts - where a dedicated team of woodworkers produce a very wide range of quality furniture for the connoisseur.

Aberystwyth University - Department of History & Welsh History

From the ancient world to contemporary America, from the samurai of Japan to the monks of medieval Wales, from Victorian scientists to twentieth-century dictators, the Department of History and Welsh History at Aberystwyth will introduce you to cultures from across the globe and throughout time.  In our own historic location, with a staff of leading historians, and a commitment to research-based teaching and small group classes, we will take you on a path of discovery that stimulates your passion for the past, but that also prepares you for the future.

Mobile Solar Chargers

The Aqua Trek + waterproof camping phone charger, is twice the size, capacity and weight of the standard Aqua Trek.  Once charged will retain its capacity for months, ready for when needed, as part of a survival kit or a reassuring back up charger for boats, festivals and camping. We have also left one in the water for 1 month, flashing an SOS, it still works. Our Aqua Trek Power Banks have been up Kilimanjaro, Everest base, across the Atlantic and supplied to the military.

Harrison Telescopes

We are a UK registered family business specialising in astronomical Telescopes, Binoculars and related Accessories. We are proud to be authorised UK dealers for all of the brands we sell. With many years experience in the industry we are confident that we offer the finest range of carefully selected goods from the leading brands. Our SSL secured website features useful and accurate descriptions of our full range to help you choose and we are always available to offer advice and answer questions over the phone.

Beyond Home

Piet Hein Eek S42 Tube Watch

Piet Hein Eek is famous for creating his own interior brand NLXL. Not content with dominating the interior design world, Piet turned his hand to a range of Clocks, Mini Speakers and Watches for LEFF Amsterdam.

Extruded steel has been precision cut to create the face of the S42 Tube Watch, giving a refined industrial look. Shown here in Matt Black with matching Metal Strap, the S42 is also available in Gold and Steel. Great attention to detail means this watch is truly unique.

10% off when you use the code PIET10


Providing an opportunity to study at Oxford from anywhere in the world, the University’s Department for Continuing Education is running ten-week tutor-led online courses, with multiple intakes throughout the year. Over 90 courses are available in 20 subject areas including Archaeology, Environment and Sustainability, Health Sciences, Mathematics,  Physical Sciences and others.


Inventive code and tech opportunities for kids and teens (ages 9-17) to get stuck into

this summer, creating their own games, gadgets, robots and apps. Fire Tech Camp will

be coming cities across the UK, including London, Manchester, Bristol, Reading and

Cambridge. Inspire your child to MAKE their future. Visit the website to find out more

and book your childs place.


International speakers and innovative ideas in an island setting. Tidal power, exploring the

Solar System, gravitational waves, the mathematics of the Neolithic, the sultan and the

stars, Dirac and his equation, Hamilton and Dublin’s river, the cathedral builders, 3D

printing, dolphin communication, pulsars and porridge-making, Shackleton’s journey,

the days of the herring, probing the permafrost. Plus outings, concerts, food and drink.