Pupils from Edinburgh's Royal Mile primary...

16th December 2005 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Pupils from Edinburgh's Royal Mile primary helped an astronaut, a giant bee, a surgeon and a skeleton to pack their bags for the Generation Science roadshow, which sets out early next year to visit schools in every part of Scotland. The 2005 tour gave 1,456 performances to 62,000 pupils and 2,000 teachers in all 32 authorities

Photograph by Graham Clark

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