The text below is from QMUL’s page on the two-day festival. Prof Paul Curzon will be have a CS4FN stall at the festival so come along and say hello.
Our main campus building is the Queen’s Building on Mile End Road next to the People’s Palace. Buses: 25 and 205, nearest tube Stepney Green (Mile End a little bit further away, but not much).
Festival Programme 2018
Sat 12 and Sun 13 May 2018
The Festival of Communities returns on 12 and 13 May 2018. Get hands on with Queen Mary research through games, sports, crafts and other activities at the Festival of Communities. [Facebook]
Over two days, you can:
- Trek over a tooth using Virtual Reality and meet the brain scanner made of Lego.
- Jump on a bouncy castle, or Trial a new computer game
- Get your face painted or play a life-size game of operation
- Encounter the women who explore harsh Arctic environments for their scientific research and marvel at the award-winning images of life all around us.
- Play with puppets while contributing to Queen Mary research or find out if your taste buds can predict whether you will get cancer.
- Discover how 3D printing a new set of teeth can revolutionise healthcare, or find out just how much sugar is in your favourite fizzy drinks.
- Share your wish for Tower Hamlets in our wishing tree and test your football skills or take part in the basketball hoop challenge.
- Discover what’s under your skin by looking at your own skin cells under a microscope, and find out who will win in the slime races.
- Build a musical instrument out of paper or strut your stuff in Britain’s next scientist top model
- Explore how trauma affects the body in a game of giant jenga and design the ultimate blood cell
- Become a bioengineer for the day or go on minibeast safari
…and much more to be added!