The British Science Festival, hosted by Swansea University and supported by Siemens, takes place between 6 – 9 September, with events on campus and across the city of Swansea.
Expand your horizons with four days of free events, talks and performances from across the scientific spectrum. Join leading academics to discover, discuss and debate the latest ideas and innovations set to change our future.
The core Festival features a daytime and evening programme (see the Festival’s What’s on page) – and is immediately followed by a Family Weekend, especially for children and families.
Details of events featuring academics from the College of Arts and Humanities are listed below.
Dr Szpakowska will also have a drop-in stand in the ‘Back in Time’ zone in Swansea Museum as part of the Family Weekend (open 11am-4pm on 10 and 11 Sept): The Demon Creation Station: from Ancient Egypt to Roald Dahl.
- Wednesday 17 August 2016 11.02 GMT
- Thursday 9 November 2017 13.32 GMT
- RIAH, Swansea University