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Educational visitor attraction at the heart of the Centre for Life, Newcastle. Here YOU are the scientist. Invent, create, explore & play!
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Robots rule this May half-term, with the new exhibition 'Robots - then and now', the 4D Motion Ride 'Rusty' and 'Space Robots' in the planetarium. You can also make your own machines in the Robots Activity Space and craft robots in the Making Space.
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We anticipate the Science Centre will be busy over the half-term holiday, so we’ve put together some useful info for visitors:
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Life Science Centre May 26
Robots rule this May half-term, with the new exhibition 'Robots - then and now', the 4D Motion Ride 'Rusty' and 'Space Robots' in the planetarium. You can also make your own machines in the Robots Activity Space and craft robots in the Making Space.
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Life Science Centre May 26
We anticipate the Science Centre will be busy over the half-term holiday, so we’ve put together some useful info for visitors:
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Andrea Henderson May 25
Andrew and Joel were lucky enough to go to the opening of the Robots - Then and Now exhibition tonight and loved it!
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Lynne Corder May 25
preview exhibition tonight . Great exhibition even for those of us who didn’t think we were interested in robots!
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Paul Szomoru May 25
Awesome time launch event with godsons who loved it!
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Life Science Centre May 25
The robots are coming - are you? The exhibition 'Robots - then and now' opens tomorrow at Life Science Centre.
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Life Science Centre May 25
We will be closing at 4.30pm today. Apologies for any disappointment caused. Doors open at 10.00am on Saturday for the launch of our new exhibition, 'Robots - then and now'!
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The Chronicle May 24
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Life Science Centre May 23
Finally, the have earned a rest at - or have they? Should humanoid workers be given employment rights? And would it make a difference if they have artificial intelligence?
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Life Science Centre May 23
Forget restaurant delivery services; imagine having that collect ingredients, cook you a meal and do the dishes! Mind, these robots in haven't mastered the concept of haggling with on the price...
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Life Science Centre May 23
This does not compute - robots on the commute to work on ! Do you hope humanoids will one day enter the workforce as it could mean more leisure time for , or fear being uncomfortable with walking amongst us?
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Life Science Centre May 23
Could you live and work alongside ? It looks like is getting on well with his new co-anchor for .
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Life Science Centre May 23
Today, are roaming . For a glimpse of our future with robots, keep an eye out on and at & 's Quayside Seaside. 'Robots - then and now' opens at Life Science Centre on 26 May. Proud to be part of this summer's .
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Life Science Centre May 23
We will be closing at 4.30pm on Friday. Apologies for any disappointment caused. Doors open at 10.00am on Saturday for the launch of our new exhibition, 'Robots - then and now'!
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Life Science Centre May 23
The Young Explorers' Zone will be closed all day today. Sorry for any disappointment caused.
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Life Science Centre May 21
The Young Explorers' Zone will be closed all day on Wednesday 23 May. Sorry for any disappointment caused.
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Life Science Centre May 20
New show alert! Our new planetarium show 'Space Robots' has just launched. (Recommended for under 7s.) For even more robotic fun, there's only 1 week to go until our blockbuster exhibition 'Robots - then and now' opens!
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Life Science Centre May 19
New show alert! Our new planetarium show 'Space Robots' launches today. (Recommended for under 7s.) For even more robotic fun, there's only 1 week to go until our blockbuster exhibition 'Robots - then and now' opens!
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