Annual Events for the Public
Festival of Science and Curiosity
This week-long Festival takes place in the Spring half term, and brings Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths to the Nottingham public. Taking place at various locations throughout the city and its suburbs, the Festival of Science and Curiosity is about inviting the people of Nottingham to share what they know, to ask questions about what they would like to know and take an active role in finding out the answers.
The festival gives an opportunity for all the different institutions in Nottingham to engage the public with their work and inspire more people to take an interest in STEM in a creative way.
For more information about the Festival and for a programme of events please visit the organiser’s webpage at Ignite Futures.
Science in the Park
This annual celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths takes place at Wollaton Hall on a Saturday in March. The event is free of charge and there are a host of interactive activities, demonstrations and exhibits for all ages and abilities.
For more information about this event visit the Nottingham Branch of the British Science Association website and click on the link to Science in the Park.
Science Public Lecture Series
Public lectures covering a range of science and engineering research topics take place once a month on a Thursday evening at the University Park campus. The lectures are free to attend and do not require prior booking, just turn up! Previous lectures have covered such diverse research areas as gravitational waves, the Bloodhound Supersonic Car, and feathered dinosaurs.
For details of the upcoming lecture and a list of past topics, visit the Science Public Lectures webpage.