UoN at Festival of Science and Curiosity 2017

Scientists from the University will be on hand at the city’s intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre for a day of free, fun events aimed at children and their families.

Researchers and students from the Nottingham Molecular Pathology Mode and Department of Respiratory Medicine will be running activities in collaboration with a local artist and the Nottingham-based company Ignite! to encourage people to ask questions about pathology, microbes, the body and the universe.

Families can simply drop into the activities at the intu Broadmarsh Shopping Centre any time between 9am and 5pm to take part in any – or all – of the free activities and workshops.

This event is part of the Festival of Science and Curiosity, which runs in Nottingham from 8th to 15th February, is aimed at encouraging people in the city to use creativity to expand their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and maths.

More information about the Festival of Science and Curiosity can be found on the STEMCity website.

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