This page lists upcoming public events delivered either by the BSI, our members, Regional and Affinity groups or Communicating Immunology grant recipients.
The anti vax movement: how it threatens global health
A panel discussion, including BSI CEO Doug Brown, to examine the history of and science behind vaccination, to celebrate its success and to explore the reasons that vaccination conspiracy theories have taken root in recent years.
Science Museum, London
Friday 13 March 2020, 19.00–20.15 (doors open 18.30)
Cambridge Science Festival
Join the BSI Cambridge Immunology Group and the Cambridge Immunology Network at the Cambridge Science Festival on Sunday 15 March 2020 to find out why our noses make snot as part of our body’s defence against viruses and other bugs. Make your own (fake!) snot and find out about our bodies’ amazing immune army with Cambridge Immunologists. Plus, there's a chance to take a selfie inside our giant nose!
Royal Society Summer Science Exhibition
BSI members at the Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute will be exhibiting at the Royal Society science festival 6 -12 July 2020. Come along to play an interactive game, which will demonstrate the complex role that immune cells have within a tumour. Discover the pro- and anti-cancer roles of these immune cells and find out how new therapies are used to modulate this environment to improve cancer treatments.