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Radleys manufactures scientific glassware and laboratory instruments, just the type of things you could try make with Lego pieces. I think it is quite challenging but my 4 year old says "it's easy" and wants to build too. The competition has two Levels - Level 1 (kids and teens aged 6 - 15) and Level 2 (big kids and AFOL aged 16+).
The closing date for the competition is 30 September 2015. More information about rules and how to enter on Radleys website.
We've started thinking about all sorts of science laboratories - ones in space, mythical ones, state-of-the-art science laboratories and ancient labs. Below is a list of my 7 year old's sources of inspiration.
Laboratory in Space:
Real life Science Laboratory:
Old Scientific Lab Equipment:
Source: Toy News
Disclaimer: The Radleys Lego Science Competition is provided and run by Radleys, please check their website for competition rules and terms and conditions.