We’ve been out and about taking some photos and they will appear on our Flickr feed as the Festival progresses. Have a look for yourself!
Loads of free activities on campus for children and adults of all ages.
Professor Neil Small follows the development of 13,400 babies in Bradford in a long-term population cohort study.
Dr Edward Powley, along with at the University of Bradford and elsewhere is tackling the problem of unknown factors in games.
An event to explore the rise of chronic kidney disease in the local area.
A decade on from the 9/11 attacks, Professor Paul Rogers examines the War on Terror.
The participants will be shown how to make a herbal medicine for themselves such as syrup of figs, garlic foot powder or carrot and aloe cream.
Sounds of Science is a poetry competition, organised by the library to celebrate Bradford hosting the British Science Festival.
This hands-on event will give participants the opportunity to experience specialist imaging equipment, see inside their own eye, and have any questions answered.
The Government announcement that they intend to track the nations happiness makes this event by Dr Eleanor Bryant all the more relevant.