23 to 27 March: Celebrating British Science Week

20 March 2015

We're celebrating British Science Week with a collaborative art/science exhibition, a talk on viruses given by Dr Ed Wright, and more.

Our programme of events for British Science Week is open to all students and staff at the University.

Broad Vision Project Artefacts Exhibition

Time/date: Monday 23–27 March 2015
Venue: Cavendish Library

Broad Vision is a collaborative art/science project which is now in its fifth year. A selection of work produced by students at the University will be on display to celebrate British Science Week.

Studying viruses to identify their weak spots

Time/date: 1-1.45pm, Wednesday 25 March 2015
Venue: Cavendish Library Training Room 1 (C3.11)

Dr Ed Wright, a senior Lecturer in the Department of Biomedical Sciences and an expert on Ebola will share his passion about science.

To book a place, please contact Aaron Shakespeare at a.shakespeare@westminster.ac.uk

Book display on arts and science

Time/date: Monday 23 March – Friday 27 March 2015
Venue: Cavendish Library

British Science Week 2015 Library Quiz

Complete this online quiz and if you answer all the questions correctly, you'll be entered into a prize draw for £5 worth of printing credits.

Complete the quiz now


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