January 20th, 2020
The Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity is making a return for 2020, seeing the University of Nottingham join forces with Nottingham Trent University, the City Council and more partners to bring interactive science activities to the people of Nottingham.
Now in its sixth year, the festival is partially funded by UoN’s Institute for Policy and Engagement and this year is expected to be the biggest edition yet.
Events will take place across the city from Wednesday 12 February – Wednesday 19 February featuring a number of scientists and researchers from the University.
Some highlights of the festival include:
In addition, Lakeside Arts have organised a few extra-special events for the festival, why not check them out?
Have a look at some highlights from last year’s event:
To find out more about the festival and view the whole programme of events, visit the Festival of Science and Curiosity website.
Tags: Festival of Science, festival of science and curiosity 2020, Institute for Policy and Engagement, Nottingham City Council, Nottingham Trent University
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January 24th, 2020 at 3:32 pm
There’s an error on the dates
Events will take place across the city from Wednesday 12 February – Wednesday 19 January featuring a number of scientists and researchers from the University.
January 24th, 2020 at 3:34 pm
Hi Jackie. Thanks for flagging up, that must have slipped past us. We’ve made the change and the date is accurate now.