All weekend, we're running the world's most comprehensive ever study of the capabilities of makers' tongues.
Stop by our table to count your fungiform papillae, probe the function of your TAS2R38 gene and discover how your DNA explains why you don't like vegetables (or do like a tipple).
STOP PRESS: We're giving out achievement badges for tongue skills: Wear yours with pride!
We're demoing home-brew biolab equipment that can do serious science on a pound shop budget.
Drop in and learn how to: build a fully-working PCR machine for £25; make a gel electrophoresis rig from Lego (minifigs optional); repurpose an old hard drive into a centrifuge; and hack a rubbish webcam into an anything-but-rubbish microscope.
We'll also be sharing our experience of safe, effective working practices.
Our activities centre on public engagement, science / art research and prototyping what citizen science can be.