Have you ever seen a robot swim? Researchers from UEA’s School of Environmental Sciences use a ‘swimming’ robot called a Seaglider to gather data from the farthest reaches of our seas and oceans – from the polar ice caps to the Bay of Bengal. Learn more in this Lunchtime Lab!
Our researchers will be in YouTube chat from 12.15pm to 1.15pm on Saturday 24 October, ready to answer your questions!
(This Lunchtime Lab was recorded across several weeks during summer 2020. The presenters are in the same bubble, and social distancing rules were complied with by the film crew and everyone involved.)
Featuring talks and activities developed and presented by:
School of Environmental Sciences, University
of East Anglia
Jack Mustafa, School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia
Recommended ages 7+
Runtime: 25 minutes + Q&A
Watch live on YouTube and again for 7 days after the event
Set up a YouTube account and log in during the event to join the live chat where you can ask questions and share your thoughts!
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