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The BLOODHOUND Engineering Adventure will have a presence at the following public events:

 

Event News The Only Place In The UK – BLOODHOUND’s Cornish Outing

Diary date: Royal Cornwall Museum Exhibition 3rd August – 30 October

Part of build-up to 1000mph challenge

The Supersonic Car’s full size, interactive replica will debut as part of the Official BLOODHOUND SSC Exhibition at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro, where visitors and schools will test its latest gear.

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Event News BLOODHOUND ROCKET CAR EXPERIENCE

Family rocket car days available on Wed 24th to Fri 26th August at our Technical Centre.

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Event News Camberley Car Show

When:- Saturday 3rd September, 10am - 4pm
Where:- Camberley Town Centre, High-street, Park Street, Obelisk Way, Camberley, Surrey GU15 3SP

With over 200 vehicles of all kinds including many rare examples of Veterans, Vintage, Classics, Hot Rods and Motorcycles will be on static display in and around Camberley Town Centre – High Street, Park Street and Obelisk Way - the named streets will be closed to all other traffic for the day. As in previous years the Event will include live music, street entertainment, free children's face-painting and lots of other entertainment for the whole family so please come along and enjoy a great day out. The Event is free-of-charge to attend and is organised primarily to raise funds in aid of South West Thames Kidney and diabetes research charities. 

BLOODHOUND will be at the event with the full size show car so come along to find out about this unique engineering adventure!

For more information see:- www.camberleycarshow.co.uk

Event News New Scientist Live

New Scientist Live: an explosion of ideas and inspiration

 

Major Tim Peake set to headline four-day festival

Witness fascinating talks from Alice Roberts and Marcus du Sautoy

Experience the future with the ExoMars Rover and the 1000mph Bloodhound Car

 

22nd – 25th September 2016

ExCeL London

www.newscientistlive.com

 

For four days this September, New Scientist Live will be a place like nowhere else on Earth.

Courtesy of the team behind the world’s most popular science weekly, curious festival-goers will see world-class speakers, captivating demonstrations and over 200 first-rate exhibitors.

Fresh from his six month space odyssey, British ESA astronaut Major Tim Peake will open the inaugural four-day festival of inspiration at ExCeL London, giving insight into his life in space on the Principa mission. Throughout the four-day festival, you can stimulate the senses with over 100 talks and immersive experiences. Get answers to life’s greatest questions, with highlights including:

1.     Discover what it’s really like to live and work in space from ESA astronaut Tim Peake

2.     How to hijack a space probe with former NASA employee Keith Cowing

3.     Discover what life is like with the world’s most advanced bionic arm from Nigel Ackland

4.     Learn how to code with Microsoft’s Tech Lab

5.     Avert catastrophe in 60 minutes with Project Doomsday

6.     Find out whether life existed on Mars with the ExoMars Rover 

7.     Delve into your own DNA to uncover your genetic makeup

8.     Marcus du Sautoy on what we can do if we cannot know everything

9.     Nao the social robot who’s improving the lives of children and the elderly

10.  Get in the fast lane with adrenaline pumping 1000mph Bloodhound Car

Rooted in the biggest, best and most provocative science that touches all areas of human life, the show will feature four zones across Brain & Body, Technology, Earth and The Cosmos to showcase how they all shape our culture and improve our lives.

With thought provoking discussion at the heart of the festival, be sure to hear Beth Healey reveal the realities of living in the closest conditions to those of planet Mars, as Astronomer Royal Martin Rees explains what makes Earth special.

Back on Earth, broadcaster Alice Roberts explores what makes us human, whilst Srivas Chennu will discuss advancements of communication with patients in impenetrable comas.

See, hear and touch the future at New Scientist live; it’s science, as you’ve never seen it before.

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Event News An Evening with BLOODHOUND Supersonic Car Driver Andy Green

When: Thursday 13th October at 6.00pm
Where: The Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro

To celebrate the unique association between Cornwall and the BLOODHOUND Supersonic Car which inspired its own exhibition of the same theme, the Royal Cornwall Museum presents a one off event, An Evening with BLOODHOUND SSC Driver, Andy Green. This event is supported by Aerohub at Cornwall Newquay Airport and Spinnaker International.

Join the Royal Cornwall Museum Director, Ian Wall for a private Q&A with respected fighter pilot Andy Green and enjoy an exclusive opportunity to hear his personal story about his previous and forthcoming land speed record attempts which inspired the BLOODHOUND SSC exhibition.

This one-off event will take place at 6.00pm on Thursday 13th October at the Royal Cornwall Museum in Truro, the prestigious home of the official Bloodhound Supersonic Exhibition.
Normal Admission Charges Apply. Refreshments are available.

Bookings can be made at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/an-evening-with-bloodhound-rocket-car-driver-andy-green-tickets-26464456903

Supported by Aerohub at Cornwall Airport Newquay & Spinnaker International