London, Mar 3 : Members of the local community will have the chance to get their hands on the toys of the future and cutting-edge technology - at the University of Warwick's Engineering Day this month.
The School of Engineering is opening its doors to the public, allowing YOU to try its mind-controlled Scalextric set, smell with an electronic nose that can sniff out diseases, and see a smoke-ring cannon in action!
In this FREE event, find out how incredible machines and pioneering breakthroughs in engineering right here in Coventry - are changing the world for the better.
Engineers will be on hand to tell you how theyre helping to keep people alive in homes and hospitals, how theyre making bridges, buildings and infrastructure stronger, improving our gadgets, and making cars and planes better.
Its your chance to ask the experts anything about engineering whether its biomedical, civil, electrical or mechanical - and to see how you could be part of this story, and become an engineer.
There will be fun games, exciting experiments and interactive shows throughout the day.
Professor Christopher James, is a biomedical engineer and neuroscientist and is organising the event.
James said: I am really excited to be putting together this event to showcase engineering in all its guises. As an engineer, solving problems is what I do in my case in health and wellbeing.
It has been fascinating getting the many stands and tours we are setting up together there will be many things to play with, puzzle over and get excited about. We are aiming this event at children of all ages - from 3 to 103!
Come and find out what engineering is about and how engineers truly are helping to change the world in many interesting and exciting ways.
The University of Warwicks Engineering Day is on Mar 11from 9.30am 4pm.