See this free talk about how the first cell in your body became trillions, and what this means for a multitude of diseases
Celebrate the end of the British Science Festival 2019 in style as we take over Coventry’s FarGo Village.
Why did it take so long for women to go to space? Hear from gynaecologist Varsha Jain about how people thought space travel might affect women’s reproductive organs, and what this means for women’s health and space travel today.
What can the very latest portable DNA technology tell us about the challenges facing researchers on the frontline of tackling malaria?
Hear from the Action on Postpartum Psychosis Network to explore the causes, treatment and recovery of postpartum psychosis – a frightening and little understood mental illness.
The Departure Lounge is a taboo-busting installation from the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Liminal Space, exploring what it means to have a “good death” through personal stories, practical advice, and conversations about medical research.
Affecting up to 1 in 3 people each year, mental health conditions are as prevalent as their causes are intriguing.
How can taking a personalised approach help those with cancer or who have suffered a miscarriage?
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a buzzword that we can’t escape. It’s revolutionising the entire world around us, including our understanding of cancer.
Cook Together, Eat Together is a free cooking club for the over 55s in Coventry, teaching people healthy eating skills while tackling the growing problem of social isolation.