British Science Festival at the University of Bradford - sign up for events hosted by the School of Dementia Studies
The University of Bradford is proud to host the 2015 British Science Festival.
The Festival is one of Europe’s biggest science festivals, bringing together more than 350 leading scientists in an event that showcases the latest scientific breakthroughs and discoveries from across the globe.
Tens of thousands of visitors will attend the talks, workshops and evening events during four days of ground-breaking science, technology and innovation.
The School of Dementia studies are conducting several events at the Festival - all are free to attend (advanced booking required):
Living with dementia: experts by experience
Date and Time:
Wed 9 Sep 2015, 12:30 - 13:30
By 2030, all of us will be affected by dementia.
Find out why those directly affected should be driving the research agenda.
Join our panel of people living with dementia, their family members and researchers to discuss how they are creating a better society for everyone affected by dementia.
Building bridges in dementia research
Date and Time:
Wed 9 Sep 2015, 14:30 - 15:30
Over 800,000 people are living with dementia in the UK today.
Dementia research has been divided into understanding the underlying causes and researching better care for people living with dementia.
Join an expert panel to discover how these two research areas complement and inform each other and find out why a more rounded approach to dementia research is needed.