Central Teaching Hub
Tactile Collider is coming to Liverpool!
If you are aged 11-18 and have a visual impairment we would love you to visit us.
Tactile Collider features a life size tactile particle accelerator model, immersive audio environments and 3D printed particle models, all with the aim of making exciting science accessible to students with visual impairments.
The workshop will last for 2 hours and students will be guided in small groups through activity stations allowing them to explore particle physics, magnetic fields, particle acceleration and the detection of the Higgs boson.
We hope that you can join us for what promises to be a fun session learning about cutting edge science and working alongside real scientists.
Please only reserve tickets for students (Accompanying adults don’t need a ticket) When you have booked a ticket please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with student name, if it’s OK to use your image on our promotional photos and if you access your work using Modified Large Print, Braille or something else.
We are holding both morning and afternoon sessions
Morning 10:00-12:00 to book tickets follow this link – http://bit.ly/TCLpoolMorning
Afternoon 12:45-14:45 to book tickets follow this link – http://bit.ly/TCLpoolAfternoon
For more information on the project please follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @tactilecollider
Tactile Collider is 2018 winner of The University of Manchester People’s Vote for the Faculty of Science and Engineering’s Better World Showcase and was Highly Commended in the University of Manchester 2018 Making A Difference Awards
2019 Winner of the Euopean Physical Society Outreach Award
2019 Winner of the RNIB Innovator of the Year Award
2020 Winner of the The University of Manchester Faculty of Science and Engineering’s Outstanding Contribution to Widening Participation Better World Showcase