14th March 2003 at 00:00
To the impressive 2020 Science: Education conference in the capital and some amazing experiments involving interactive technology and the entire audience.

The brightest and the best have still some way to go in appreciating the finer arts of button pressing. As one speaker said: "Apparently, 17 per cent of the audience did not know they were here yesterday."

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