The British Science Association is inviting academics from across the country to present their research at the British Science Festival in Aberdeen in 2012. Following the success of the six…
A workshop event bringing together a wide range of professionals to exchange knowledge about visual and other factors that interfere with reading.
Ellen MacArthur talks about her work on the concept of a circular economy.
In the UK animal testing for pharmaceuticals is mandatory, but banned for cosmetics. Should we undertake animal testing for new drugs or would it be just as useful to predict drug behaviour in humans using alternative methods? Dr Laura Waters talks through her Charles Darwin Award-winning research.
Sir Roland Jackson, Chief Executive of the British Science Association, talks to us about the Science Festival being in Bradford, the importance of the partners right across the City, and the media attention that the…
Professor Jim Al-Khalili talks to the Festival Film Crew about science, religion, Rutherford and more.
Potential solutions to superbugs including those found in your own home.
We caught up with Dr Jim Boyne, following his BSF event – ‘Genetic Engineering: How Science Fiction is Rapidly Becoming Science Fact!’
Visitors to the British Science Festival were able to build their own brain with Professor Richard Greene yesterday.
Professor Laurence Patterson explains a new cancer treatment being developed at the University of Bradford.