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Sharks and cooking to feature in science week

Bermuda College is celebrating its annual Corange Science Week with tiger sharks, cooking demonstrations and a group of special DIY classes.

A spokeswoman for the college said a host of activities will take place at the campus between Monday and Thursday.

Neil Burnie and Choy Aming will deliver a free talk on Wednesday about their experiences with tiger sharks; chef Teneika Eve will host a cooking demonstration on Thursday.

Also on Thursday, the school’s department of Applied Science and Technology will put on several DIY classes demonstrating how to change a car’s oil and adjust water heater thermostats.

Middle school students will attend the campus on Thursday to learn and experience the scope of natural and applied sciences with interactive demonstrations, lab work, a nursing expo and culinary art activities.

Dr Burnie and Mr Aming’s talk starts at 6.30pm at the North Hall Lecture Theatre; Ms Eve’s demonstration begins at 6pm in the College kitchens.

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Published January 28, 2013 at 8:00 am (Updated January 27, 2013 at 10:00 pm)

Sharks and cooking to feature in science week

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