The annual Northern Ireland Science Festival features a wide range of interactive workshops, talks and exciting hands-on activities.
Northern Ireland Science Festival features a wide range of interactive workshops, inspirational talks and exciting hands-on activities. The packed programme includes day time shows and workshops for children and young people, while the evenings will come alive with an inspiring programme to entertain the adults.
Sponsored by the Belfast City Council, the Department for Employment and Learning, Queen's University and Ulster University, NI Science Festival events take place across Belfast and beyond. With events hosted throughout the city in venues such as W5, the Black Box and the Ulster Museum, the breath of activity is sure to captivate, educate and inspire all.
For the programme of events visit www.nisciencefestival.com, follow the festival on Facebook or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
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Join zoology correspondent & Guardian writer Jules Howard in this celebration of the role that dogs are playing in the science of animal minds.
Join Professor Alice Roberts as she talks about her new book, Crypt: Life, Death and Disease in the Middle Ages and Beyond.
Explore the remarkable life and scientific contributions of physicist John Stewart Bell, born in Belfast.