These events present some of the best scientists from NI and beyond to discuss their work, cutting-edge research and what the future might hold.
During the day, the Festival offers a range of workshops, talks and interactive activities for young people, parents and schools. In the evening we will present an eclectic mix of scientific debate, talks, theatres, comedy, music and film for adults.
Various researchers from the Faculty of Medicine, Health and Life Sciences will be showing and sharing their work with public and family audiences. Tickets are going fast so please book to ensure your place!
For one day only, Queen’s Medical Biology Centre is acting as Belfast’s Centre for Disease Control and visitors are invited to participate in the journey of Discovery to Recovery.
Professor Mark Lawler shines a spotlight on a brilliant, dedicated scientist who was key to discovering the mystery of life, yet did not receive the honour that she deserved.
Join Professor Mark Lawler of Queens University for this panel discussion aimed at bringing together scientists, patients, industry and healthcare professionals to share their expertise, and help promote a personalised approach to the use of precision cancer medicine.
Liz Bonnin will present her experiences visiting the islands while developing a series on their natural history for BBC television. She will be joined by QUB academics from the School of Biological Sciences: Dr Jonathan Houghton and Professor Chris Allen.
In this public forum, representatives from academia, the NHS, Government, industry, charities and patient groups explain how to restore public trust so that the knowledge gained through this data can bring benefits to patients and society.
Join scientists from the Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine at Queen’s to explore how the human body works and how we are leading the fight against disease.
Leading researchers will present an overview of the Centre and explain their work on the causes, early diagnosis and prevention of cancer. Get a ‘behind the scenes’ tour of research laboratories; meeting researchers, local charities and funding bodies
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