The Leeds Festival of Science kicks off on 4 March 2017
There are events for everyone, whether scientist or not. Take a look at some of this year's highlights.
Engsonglopedia in action
The Festival runs from 4 to 31 March 2017 and, alongside the sold-out schools programme, the public programme offers events open to all, young and old.
Highlights this year include:
Engsonglopedia of Science
A song about science for every letter of the alphabet, from atoms and Big Bang to Y-chromosomes and zoology.
Saturday 11 March, Carriageworks Theatre, 7.30pm
Packed with interactive displays for all ages.
Saturday 18 March, Leeds City Museum, 11am - 4pm
Get Hands-on with keyhole surgery
Join the surgical training unit and have a go. Plus find out what brain surgery is really like and how growing 'mini-brains' in a lab is helping our research.
Monday 27 March, St James's Hospital, 2 - 4pm
How to solve equations
Learn some of the strategies that mathematicians use, with Dr Vicky Neale from the University of Oxford.
Wednesday 29 March, on campus, 2.30 - 3.30pm
The Festival also encompasses Be Curious on Saturday 25 March.
To see the full list of Festival of Science events and for booking details, see the Festival website.
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