science fact and fiction

23rd September 2005 at 01:00
You won't need a brain the size of a planet to enjoy "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" exhibition at London's Science Museum. This homage to Douglas Adams's stories will provide an informative and enjoyable experience for pupils in Year 6 and upwards. The exhibition looks at the science fact behind the story's science fiction, pitched at a level more appropriate to older students. Media and film studies students may also find it useful. A special study sheet has been prepared by the museum. For a free preview to assess suitability:

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