Researchers' Night 2014

Researchers’ Night

Live interactive experiments and other activities for secondary school pupils and adults.

Researchers from every faculty of the University open their labs to the public for one night only. There’ll be interactive experiments, weird and wonderful artefacts, debates, quizzes and talks.


Full listings are online at

Don’t miss Osteolyticon, a new video game from Game Technology Against Cancer that raises awareness of bone and myloma cancer.

And here’s a taster of what you can expect from The Human Machine: