The University of Bradford is proud to host the 2015 British Science Festival.
The Festival is one of Europe’s biggest science festivals, bringing together more than 350 leading scientists in an event that showcases the latest scientific breakthroughs and discoveries from across the globe.
Tens of thousands of visitors will attend the talks, workshops and evening events during four days of ground-breaking science, technology and innovation.
- The many faces of cybercrime
- General Election 2015: Bradford at the polls
- Born in Bradford: Parks, pollution and play
See all the events organised by the University of Bradford.
The city’s own annual science festival, the British Science Festival Fringe, will follow the national event, from 11 - 18 September, and includes a fantastic school events programme for students aged eight to 18, making for a very special and high-profile celebration of science with the eyes of the scientific world on Bradford.
Stonehenge researchers find 'largest' prehistoric stone monument
The Stonehenge Hidden Landscapes Project reveals traces of standing stones beneath Durrington Walls super-henge.
The findings were announced on the first day of the British Science Festival.