Kew Science is holding its second annual three-day science festival just through the Elizabeth Gate entrance of Kew Gardens. The 2017 Kew Science Festival brings world-leading scientist and their studies out of the labs and into the gardens. Experts working at the Gardens will be on hand to show how new technologies are being used to help protect and find plants and flowers. The festival will inlclude microsopic gardens, clone cauliflowers, digitally scanned trees and an array of exocic plant-species.
The festival is set to run from Friday Aug. 4 to Sunday Aug. 6.