Nine free workshops and events are being hosted by Warwick researchers from 2 – 9 November 2019 as part of the UK-wide ESRC Festival of Social Science. Festival-goers can find out about how our understanding of DNA might shape the future of healthcare, share a refugee’s frightening journey across the Mediterranean by sea, dig deep into archive recordings of the Coventry accent, explore the impact of landmark legal cases through art, photography and theatre, or take a guided walk on Coventry’s wild side to explore the local environment.
Over 5,000 people visited the University of Warwick’s special science themed Family Day at the weekend. Among them was seven-year-old Evie Williams who won the University’s Rube Goldberg machine competition.
Post-16 students from across Coventry and Warwickshire will get a glimpse into the future – and the tools to shape their own – as they develop their employability skills with some of the region’s top employers at the University of Warwick.
This year’s British Science Festival won’t just be confined to the University of Warwick, as researchers take their cutting edge science into the heart of Coventry with a selection of evening events in some of the city’s most popular venues.
CBeebies presenter Maddie Moate heads line-up for University of Warwick’s day of exploring, discovering and experimenting
Discover dinosaurs, explore space, experiment with robots, and more as the University of Warwick throws open its doors to families from Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond for a jam-packed day of exciting activities.