Sounds of Science is a poetry competition, organised by the University of Bradford library to celebrate Bradford hosting the British Science Festival. Winner Emily Fioccoprile reads her poem ‘Doing Science’
Our new student accommodation has achieved the status of highest ever BREEAM rated building in the world.
We popped down to the Richmond Building labs to learn all about Forensic Science and solving mysteries.
Gary the Clown teaches children about science whilst having fun at the same time – see our video.
We popped in to see Dr Anna Snelling and colleagues in the Richmond Building labs to find out all about problem superbugs and how common items, such as those found in your…
An educational circus show combining science and circus tricks featuring Gary the Clown took place today at Theatre in the Mill. The theme of the show was how forces can…
Kate Johnson talks to us about her new piece – Man and Machine – a collaboration between herself and the School of Engineering, Design and Technology at the University. Her…
Loads of free activities on campus for children and adults of all ages.
The last 3 years have seen an unusual decrease in solar activity. Professor Zharkova’s research is investigating why this has happened.
Youth groups in Bradford will say goodbye to the British Science Festival with a rocket launch.