Explore the science of who we are through intriguing objects, artworks and interactive exhibits. Recommended for KS3 upwards.
What makes you smarter than a chimp? What makes you smile? What makes you, you?
Discover what your voice sounds like as a member of the opposite sex, morph your face to see what you’ll look like as you age, and test your driving skills when the steering controls are reversed.
Investigate some of the characteristics that make humans such a successful species, including personality, intelligence and language.
Reflect on the big questions that new techniques in science are raising, and explore how your genes and brain combine to create your unique identity.
Who Am I? is ideal for KS3 and KS4 Science, post-16 Biology, and Psychology courses.
This gallery is open access and you can explore at any time during your visit. We do not allocate specific time slots so you can fit it around other activities that you may have booked.
This page is for educational groups; for general visitor information, please go to the main gallery page.
Learning resources for Working Scientifically
See all activities related to Working Scientifically on our learning resources website.
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It Takes Guts Show – school info
A gross, squirm-inducing show about the workings of the human digestive system.