The countdown is on to the annual Edinburgh International Science festival and with more than 200 events and workshops planned, visitors will be spoiled for choice on how they wish to be amazed!
The two week event, running from 30 March to 15 April, includes inspirational talks, hands-on activities and interactive exhibitions to inspire visitors of all ages at a range of different venues across the city.
Try out exciting experiments, understand the science of human movement, examine the incredibly big and amazingly small, hear from comedians and psychologists, dancers and chefs…be at the cutting edge of innovation and creativity.
In a rare public appearance, hear from the master illusionist and mentalist, Derren Brown in conversation with Richard Wiseman on April 21st.
Or if youâ€™re gripped by a sense of adventure yourself, try hot-footing it â€“ literally, by walking over burning coals in Firewalking on April 8 and 9.
For Easter holiday family fun, why not visit the City Art Centre which will be packed full of circuits, scary skeletons, racing robots and manic monsters.
Youngsters will have the chance to climb inside a giant eye and The BBCâ€™s Bang Goes the Theory team will also be presenting free live shows in the Usher Hall and drop in activities on the Mound Precinct.
Full details of the fortnight of fun are available at http://www.sciencefestival.co.uk