Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering
The Sheffield Festival of Science & Engineering is a series of over 60 free, public events taking place throughout March.
Come along and find out about the fantastic science and engineering in our region – learn about breaking speed records, the disease behind the ice bucket challenge and how our personal data is really being used.
The events take place in university labs and lecture theatres, museums, libraries, parks, cemeteries and even a brewery!
The festival is organised by the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University in collaboration with local schools, museums, industry and commerce, and celebrates British Science Week (13-22 March).
All events are free but for some you will need to book. The festival is open to the public and there are events for all ages taking place throughout March.
View the full programme and book on events at on the Sheffield Festival of Science and Engineering website.
You can tweet about the festival using the hashtag #SFOSE
The festival steering group is led by Professor Charles Stirling from the Department of Chemistry and is made up of researchers and professionals from both universities, including the Public Engagement & Impact Team in Research & Innovation Services.