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The Independent Online
Ever wanted to query the Aristotelian universe, or ask Isaac Newton about his fluxions? If so, then the Kent Festival of Science is for you.

After some idle chit-chat with visiting scientists Galileo, Newton and Einstein (all looking pretty good for their age, it must be said), you can engage in a multitude of interactive scientific displays and experiments.

For example, test your sporting potential with a Batak board, make a Jurassic jelly, and then relax by gazing at the stars in an inflatable planetarium.

Kent Festival of Science, Canterbury College, New Dover Road, Canterbury, Kent. 18-19 February. Admission charges: adults pounds 5.50, children pounds 4.50. For more information, call 01707 283008.

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