Science Spectacular

The Science Spectacular returns to the University for the fourth time on Saturday 25th October, between 11am-4pm.

Last year we attracted over 2000 visitors and we hope to see as many people taking part in our activities this time around.

You can complete challenging science quests, make square bubbles, or try to put a fly in a headlock. And our researchers will be there to tell you all about their exciting discoveries. It promises to be fun for all the family.

Find out more about the Science Spectacular.

Siddarth Krishnan

Faculty student wins prestigious award

Faculty student Siddarth Krishnan has won the Life Sciences category of The Undergraduate Award, a prestigious international programme that recognises creative thinkers.

Read more about the award.

Melanoma cells

Discovery could lead to better melanoma treatment

Faculty researchers have discovered that immune cells may be responsible for drug resistance in melanoma patients. This could lead to more effective treatment.

Read more about the research.

The impact of our research

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The Faculty is at the forefront of research that matters. We compiled some case studies to showcase the impact of our research.

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Professor Brian Cox

Watch Faculty scientists and Prof Brian Cox discussing climate change in this video from the BBC.

Episode 14 of our podcast

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This final podcast of the series is all about a science podcaster’s passions.

Listen: Podcast

Science blogs

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A list of our staff and student bloggers and tweeters.

See: Blogs and tweets