Big Ideas on Broad St – 12th October 12pm-6pm

Science takes to the street with a selection of hands-on activities for all the family!!

Activities include:

From chocolate to drug discovery: amazing crystals (University of Oxford, Department of Biochemistry)

Understanding dementia and the brain (University of Oxford, Cognitive Neurology Group)

What confuses epidemiologists? (University of Oxford, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit)

Meat my planet – what goes into making a sausage? (University of Oxford, Livestock, Environment and People)

Cognitive games – how do we learn? (University of Oxford, Department of Experimental Psychology)

How medicines work – make your own! (University of Oxford, Department of Pharmacology)

Seeing invisible particles, the building blocks of the universe (University of Oxford, Department of Physics)

Science busking: Big Data, Big Future! (British Science Association, Oxford Branch / The Curiosity Box)

This is a drop-in event, so you don’t need to book a ticket

The event is free, but donations to IF Oxford are welcomed.

Part of IF: Oxford Science and Ideas Festival