College science lesson with a difference
FIVE hundred primary and secondary school pupils are to visit South Nottingham College next week to hear about a project to build a record-breaking car.
The visits will be made from Monday to Friday, with youngsters hearing about the Bloodhound Project, a national project to develop a supersonic car capable of breaking break the land speed record, which currently stands at 763mph.
The project is designed to inspire future generations to take up careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics by showcasing them subjects in exciting ways.
The visits next week take place at the college's Automotive Centre, in Ruddington.
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College science, technology, engineering and maths manager Jon Rawson said: "It is a great coup for the college to be involved in such a ground-breaking national project."