Festival Magazine 2022

31 October

PWYD

Biology, Black History Month, Chemistry, Computing, Dance, Health & Medicine, History, Maths, Science, Society, The Mind, Environment and Nature, Science & Nature

This month IF Oxford and OX Magazine have joined forces to create a special science edition, with articles, activities and the full Festival event listings.

If you tell us your postal address and make a donation, we will send you a copy of the IF 2022 magazine, which includes the full events listing.

For guidance, a donation of £5 would cover the cost of producing the magazine and postage to your door.

Features include:

  • Mastering Memory: take charge of your brain and banish the brain fog.
  • Prehension Blooms: a new performance from Neon Dance blending choreography with robotics
  • Aesop’s Animals : is the fox clever, the donkey foolish and the wolf the villain of the piece?
  • Jina and the STEM sisters: a performance from HMDT Music highlighting women scientists
  • Life Time: how the new science of the body clock can revolutionaise your sleep and health
  • Could you fall in love with Google? Animals and the development of new technology
  • Natty Mark Samuels: Oxford’s botanical folklorist Plants for the Future: how plants are underpinning our hopes for a cleaner planet and better future
  • Chasing cars – the FI Type: discover the many uses of drones A is for arsenic: the poisons of Agatha Christie Check out over 100 in-person and digital

Festival events and activities across October in the full IF2022 events listing. Visit 25 venues in Oxford for in-person events or connect to the online events from anywhere!

IF Oxford is run by a not-for-profit charity (Charity number 1151361) and uses Pay What You Decide (PWYD). This works by enabling you to pre-book events without paying for a ticket beforehand. Afterwards, you have the opportunity to pay what you decide you want to, or can afford.

If you prefer to download a PDF of the magazine (7 MB), click on the link below:

https://if-oxford.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/08/IF-OXFORD-2022-PROGRAMME-LOW-RES.pdf