How clean are your teeth? Whether you have a Hollywood smile or a mouth full of fillings you might be surprised to discover the invisible organisms that can be found on molars.
DNA is central to the story lines of hundreds of movies, books and TV shows.
Professor Richard Greene, Dean of the School of Life Sciences, is organising “Build a Brain”, an interactive event that focuses on brain structure.
Bang LIVE has been amazing audiences all over the UK, and now it’s Bradford’s turn. The quartet will be making their way to the city as part of the British Science Festival in September 2011.
Drs Peter and Lucy Comerford are organising a series of event which will explore the structure of sounds.
Professor Hassan Ugail’s event will guide the audience through the latest research in lie detection technology.
“CSI Bradford” is an event that will turn participants into forensic scientists; extracting DNA, producing DNA fingerprints and finally identifying the guilty party.
Showcasing examples of robotics control technology, and give participants the chance to have a go themselves.
John Baruch tells the story of how the festival was brought to Bradford
The British Science Festival was last in Bradford in 1873. Find out what the festival was like, over 100 years ago.