Bragg Day at the Leeds Festival of Science

Uncover the achievements of William Henry Bragg and his son William Lawrence this Saturday for a day of informative lectures, interactive workshops, and exhibits amongst many more activities.


Why is grass green, why is blood red, and why does water boil at 100 degrees centigrade? Explore the history of X-ray crystallography, the technique that first helped us to answer these questions, and learn more about the father and son who pioneered it and changed the world. 

This events will take place:

On:  Saturday 23 March

At:   Activities and lectures will run between 10am-4.30pm

In:   University-wide

This events are free, with free parking on campus.

For details of times and venues for Saturday's events, visit the Leeds Festival of Science website.

Places can also be booked online.

For more information about the work of the Braggs and other upcoming events, visit the Bragg centenary website.

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