Science Bazaar 2015 will be bigger and better

Thursday, 12 March 2015

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This year’s Science Bazaar, part of the Oxfordshire Science Festival, will take place on Saturday 21 March.

Promising to be bigger and better than last year, the family-friendly event will take place in the John Henry Brookes Building which will be transformed into six exciting activity zones where prizes can be collected.

We are very excited about the event and hope to see members of the of the local community and the friends and family of our colleagues there too.

Dr Anne Osterrieder, Research and Science Communication Fellow, Oxford Brookes University

Oxford Brookes’ Science Bazaar has been listed as a highlight event by the Oxfordshire Science Festival with a mix of old favourites and new fun activities.

Dr Anne Osterrieder who is leading this year’s Bazaar said: “There will be plenty of activities for children and families to get involved in; we’ll have a medical make-up artist who can create gory wounds and diseases, you can build and race your own rocket car, create arts and crafts all about health, discover new things about your DNA, your body and your brain, explore the secret life of plants and find out more about what our researchers at Oxford Brookes have been up to.

“We are very excited about the event and hope to see the friends and family of our colleagues there too.”

The event will run from 11am until 4pm on the Headington Campus. The event is free for everyone to attend and booking is not required. More information about the Science Bazaar can be found on the website.