The Power of Poison offers lots of exciting activities and exhibits. It’s no surprise to learn that the expo was designed, and materials selected with kids in mind.
The main aim of the Power of Poison expo is to educate young minds, in a creative, FUN way! With decor that will have you feeling like you’ve entered a whole new world, the expo is set up to take you on a tour through history, to the current developments in poison and a glimpse into the ways that poison can be a powerful source in medicinal research for the future.
The guided tours of the Power of Poison expo offers various methods of engagement – whether you’re interested in the supernatural world of witches and wizards boiling and toiling at the cauldron, or if you’re interested in hard, cold facts with research done by world-renowned scientists, the Power of Poison offers you an opportunity to look at a substance commonly known, but misunderstood.
The Power of Poison expo also offers curriculum material to take back into the classroom. Make a school booking and pay a discounted price… What’s more? Teachers enter the expo absolutely free!
Welcomed by the malignant-looking Monty the snake, and a dose of green-bubbly, the anticipation was palpable as guests anxiously awaited their adventure down the rabbit-hole during the Power of Poison media launch at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, 14th April. Upon entering the expo, education was first on the agenda. The introductory exhibit was…Details
Power of Poison offers a walk-through experience of the various, wondrous ways that poison is known and used for. From the revelation of facts about how something as enjoyable as chocolate can be deadly for dogs, to the use of the Gila monster’s saliva as treatment for illnesses as common as diabetes, and other ways…Details
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