Submitted by Ryan Cronin on Tue, 07/02/2017 - 09:58
More than 290 talks, exhibitions, performances and activities will take place across Cambridge when the University’s annual Science Festival returns in March.
Cambridge’s premier science event will provide a range of opportunities for visitors to explore, discuss and debate science with researchers from the University and its partners.
The theme for this year’s festival is ‘getting personal’, with a focus on health and disease, humanity’s place in the world and the impact that people have on the environments they live in.
A full programme of events, which take place between Monday, 13 and Sunday, 26 March, is available here. Many are free to attend and registration for those that need to be pre-booked will open on Monday, 20 February through the Science Festival website.
The University is looking for volunteer stewards to support the festival and interested staff should contact the Public Engagement team for further information.