: Bristol Bright Night // Where
: @Bristol/Watershed/Various // When
: Friday 26th Sept // Cost
Bristol Bright Night is set to bring the city streets to life with free activities that offer the chance to discover the wealth of scientific research taking place on our doorstep, and the opportunity to meet the researchers responsible.
Hayley Shaw, Cabot Institute Manager at the University of Bristol, said: “This event is all about bringing science into the public domain and demonstrating that anyone can engage with research – young or old. We hope that people will be inspired by the range of environmental, health, and engineering research in this fun and thought-provoking day.”
So why not get along and learn how to build a pedestrian bridge across Bristol Harbour; enjoy pop-up science theatre, see bugs that glow in the dark and Robots vs Animals and even cooking and eating with researchers while discussing how their work impacts on Bristolians’ daily life.
To get your FREE tickets click here.
By Kevin McGough
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