NI Science Festival

NI Science Festival 2017

Description

With over 100 events across 25+ venues, the NI Science Festival offers a stimulating and wide range of events focusing on the wonders of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. These events present some of the best scientists from NI and beyond to discuss their work, cutting-edge research and what the future might hold.

During the day, the festival offers a range of workshops, talks and interactive activities for young people, parents and schools. In the evening you will be presented with an eclectic mix of scientific debates, talks, theatres, comedy, music and films for adults.

The full programme will be launched January 2017.

Booking Information

Most of the events are open to the public. Suitability, admission and booking information are indicated in the listings. Ticketing links for events can be found via the festival website. Please bring a printed copy of your ticket along to the event.

The concession rates apply to those aged 16 and under, over 65s, students and those who are registered disabled.

Venue

Northern Ireland Science Festival
Innovation Centre
Belfast
BT3 9DT
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Dates

16 Feb 2017 - 26 Feb 2017
(Check local listings for starting times)

Price

Prices vary - check event website

Venue website

www.nisciencefestival.com

Map

Venue

Northern Ireland Science Festival
Innovation Centre
Belfast
BT3 9DT
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Dates

16 Feb 2017 - 26 Feb 2017
(Check local listings for starting times)

Price

Prices vary - check event website

Venue website

www.nisciencefestival.com

Festival Events

NI Science Fest: Off the Rails Trail

25 Feb 2017

A family friendly trail, where you get to explore the Titanic Quarter (TQ) searching for clues to the area’s shipbuilding and maritime heritage past all with a scientific twist. The Wee Tram will ferry everyone around the area, accompanied by a... Read More ›

NI Science Fest: The Science of Photography

18 Feb 2017

Become a Titanic inspired photographer for the day, learning all about the science behind photography. Photography is the physics of light: light temperature, colour (developed by Lord Kelvin who was born in Belfast); camera obscura; and the... Read More ›