22 October - 1 November 2015
...for this year, but we will be back in October 2016.
Until then, follow us on Twitter and Facebook and we will keep you posted about more science events happening around Greater Manchester.
Findings of a major citizen science project, Turing’s Sunflowers, have been published.
Thousands of sunflowers were planted as part of a research project led by the Museum of Science and Industry and Manchester Science Festival.
See our Citizen Science page to find out more
From flavours learned in the womb to experiences in adult life, appetites are shaped by food. Through personal stories, fascinating objects and cutting-edge science, this exhibition explores how food affects the body, brain and eating habits.
Opened at Manchester Science Festival, visit the exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry until September 2016.
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Launched at Manchester Science Festival 2015, this upcoming year will see a dynamic and diverse programme of events linking science to Manchester’s vibrant music, sporting and cultural scene.
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