A lady in a purple top riding an exervise bike on our platform for investigation in the revolution Manchester Gallery.

November’s Platform for Investigation Powered by Siemens

Didn’t get your fill of engaging science-y activities this half term? Are you looking for more hands-on investigative fun? Did you know that the Museum of Science and Industry runs a year-round programme of contemporary science events outside of the festival dates?

Pi: Platform for Investigation—Powered by Siemens is a monthly event where families discover cutting edge research that’s happening right now in and around Manchester and the North West.

Each month our partners from universities, research centres and other organisations take over our purpose-built high-tech platform, complete with computer ports and experiment tables, to introduce visitors of all ages to important innovations via conversation and fun.

November’s Pi: Criminal Identification

There’s more to your face than eyes, ears, mouth and nose. Join the University of Manchester and learn about the role facial recognition has in the fight against crime, play spot the difference and become Sherlock Holmes by solving your own criminal case.

Date: Saturday 11 November
Time: 10.30am – 3.30pm, Drop in any time
Ages: 8+
Price: Free
Location: Museum of Science and Industry 

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