A guided tour around Cambridge University including, Trinity College, Kings College and the laboratories where they first discovered DNA and the laboratory built for a Russian scientist called Pyotr Kapitsa, who studied at the Cavendish laboratory in Cambridge. He was a physicist who invented ultra strong electro-magnets. He also discovered the way to make high quantities of liquid helium and was eventually awarded the Nobel Prize for physics. His nickname was 'Crocodile', we don’t know why, but to this day on the entrance door to his laboratory, is a carving of a Crocodile.
This was a fantastically educational day for children, who learned so much and saw one of the world’s first Universities.