How would you react in a city-wide disaster? Warmer and drier weather conditions mean there are an increasing number of wildfires and their proximity to cities result in thousands of communities being entrapped once they break out. Check your own reactions to an extreme event while Sandra Vaiciulyte sheds light on how to improve safety in such emergencies.
Toothpaste, medicines, cleaning products - just a few of the everyday items that end up down plugholes or toilets. But how are the chemicals in them impacting your local waterways? The short answer is: scientists aren't completely sure, but they're trying to find out and need your help to do so.
Have you ever wondered what the future will be like? Concerned about humanity's impact on the planet? Help create a view of a city of the future, 100 years from now – as a zero carbon, sustainable society. You could even end up having your portrait incorporated into the picture!
Chaired by the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership, join a panel of industry leaders and experts as they discuss how the growth of the Humber’s clean energy industry will benefit more than just the environment. What opportunities will an energy regeneration bring to you and the area you live in?
Is mixed reality the next era of computing? This summer, Microsoft hosted an academy that saw University of Hull students team up with creative partners to make mixed reality prototypes. Come and meet the makers and play with the winning designs that could solve real-world business problems.
Delve into one of the biggest topics in society today: is the machine better? This talk will explore the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in the home and how it can process our language. How will AI change over time as our language evolves?
Ever wondered what is in the air you breathe? Take the opportunity to look at local and national causes of air pollution, explore how air pollution forms and talk to the researchers who are at the forefront of pollution monitoring.
As part of this event there will be short air pollution …