Dr Ellie Bryant tells us about her event which looks at eating behaviour and whether you can eat yourself happy.
Disagree. Question. Debate. Hear from a selection of the day’s best speakers.
Did you know that the University has its very own robotic telescope that you can control on the internet?
John Hegley, University of Bradford graduate, chats to Alumni Manager, Ayo Bakare about his time in Bradford – curry, friendships, dry stone walls, theatre, Bradford City – plus his French…
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.
Dr Prashant Pillai talks about his research, including robots controlled by our eyes – see our video.
Professor Paul Rogers talks to an audience at the National Media Museum in Bradford. This talk was part of the Xchange, a chance for speakers from the British Science Festival…