Crime Scene: Insects!
What on earth do insects have to do with crime? They are more than just a fly on the wall witness, and this workshop will demonstrate exactly what investigators use insects for. You will even get to attempt some crime-solving methods using flies and maggots...
Come and try something a bit different with staff and students from Portsmouth University's Criminology and Forensic Studies course.
Where: Portsmouth Museum
When: Thursday 30 May
Time: 10.30am - 11.30am and 2pm - 3pm.
Suitable for: Children age 10+ All children must be accompanied by an adult. Max 2 children per adult and 2 adults per child.
Cost: Free. Booking is advised as places are limited. Please telephone 023 9281 5276.
- 30, May 2019
- Free, but pre-booking advised.
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