IN PICTURES: The coolest things that you can see and try at Scarborough Science & Engineering Week

Scarborough Science & Engineering Week is full of cool, interesting stuff you might have never seen before.

Wednesday, 9th October 2019, 1:57 pm
Engineering week.

Have a look at some of the most interesting displays and games that you can see and have a go at at the Spa. You can see a video of the exhibition HERE.

This magnetic levitated train used in Japan is twice as fast as bullet ones. You can check it out at Schneider Electric's stand.
A model of Sirius' tunnel boring machine is on display to show students how the company plans to dig a 23 mile tunnel to transport polyhalite to Teesside.
Flamingo Land's Lego roller-coaster is available for everyone to see at the company's stand.
This underground simulator by manufacturing firm Komatsu is a training tool used by miners to see what it's like to be underground.
This turbine is mounted on the engine of a Type 45 destroyer. Children have to design metal propellers to run the turbine as efficiently as possible.
Bosch Rexroth's air powered mini car is on display to demonstrate fluid power.
Students have to use weights to balance this Plaxton coach.
GCHQ's Industrial Control System Demonstrator is on site to show pupils the system that fights cyber attacks.
This virtual digger from Scarborough Construction Skills Village is showing students how to operate the machine.
This Batak machine displayed by the Royal Air Force is ideal to test your reaction and coordination.
This cost effective and time saving 3D printer can cut plastic in just half an hour.