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Pupils who have an aptitude for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics were invited to attend the Plymouth University Science and Technology Showcase on Tuesday 11 September. The pupils had two hours to visit various faculties at the University, trialling activities they may need to complete if they were a student.

The activities included: finding out what dinosaur they would be in (geology and palaeontology), investigating heart rates (biomedicine), testing computer games (computer science), making a robot play football (robotics), stepping inside a bubble (Mathematics), making snot (biomedicine), saving energy (environmental psychology) and designing using 3D printers (3D design).

The pupils had a fun day and found it incredibly useful in helping them to plan their next steps.

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