• Oxford Brookes Beyond the Science Bazaar 2021!

  • Discovery and Exploration, Virtual Event, Saturday 13th February 10:30am - 4:00pm

    The Brookes Science Bazaar is going Beyond! Our theme this year is ‘Discovery and Exploration’. Be prepared to listen, watch, build, draw, experiment, share, laugh and think. Meet our staff and students and learn new things - enjoying ‘science’ in the widest possible sense. This year the Brookes Science Bazaar will be a virtual event, so be sure to register your place.

    This FREE event will be packed with exciting activities offering something for everyone, from crocs to race cars, human health to architecture, nutrition to technology and much, much more! Get ready to discover Brookes Science Bazaar 2021!

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    Signing up to Brookes Beyond the Science Bazaar

    You must sign up to attend this virtual event. Please sign up here.

    If you have further questions about the Brookes Science Bazaar, please email us: sciencebazaar@brookes.ac.uk

    Saturday 13th February from 10:30am - 4:00pm

    Activities are suitable for 5 years +.

    Here is a taste of the fun we have in store for you:

    • Build your own rocket car - how far will you go?
    • Get snappy with a virtual tour of Crocodiles of the World!
    • Be wowed by Brights Sparks science shows. They have previously run the Harwell STEAM festival and ATOM festival of Science in Abingdon.
    • Discover the mammals of Borneo and find out what is being done to protect their forest home.
    • Learn the process of animal training from zoo keepers and animal behaviour experts.
    • Be magnetised by Siemens Healthineers.
    • Get in the virtual driving seat with Oxford Brookes Racing (OBR).
    • Look at life down the microscope with Oxford Brookes Bioimaging.
    • Learn about the work of an anthropologist.
    • Discover the process of post-disaster recovery.
    • Get healthy by learning about nutrition.
    • Build up a sweat with Oxford Brookes movement scientists.
    • Learn how architecture impacts on you.
    • Art, history and religion - what do they mean to us?
    • Discover how language is acquired.
    • Think about what shapes the future you.

    We look forward to seeing you there!