COVENTRIANS will have plenty of fun and thought-provoking events to enjoy throughout the autumn and winter months as the University of Warwick has announced its schedule for the latest phase of its Resonate festival.
Science on the Hill will return on December 5, when biomedical scientists and psychologists will come together to discuss the biology of stress.
This will take place on the back of the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Festival of Social Science, which runs until November 17 and investigates how the changes in modern society impact human behaviour.
The Screening Rights Film Festival, which explores social injustice through motion pictures, will see nine films exploring the political utopian potential of dreams shown at Warwick Arts Centre followed by a question and answer session.
Resonate is also collaborating with the Warwick Arts Centre and Foleshill Community Centre for the Planting Roots Festival, which explores how community is interlinked with ideas of sustainability and the environment.
The festival will take place on November 4 and will feature several family events, activities and workshops.
Visit www.resonatefestival.co.uk/whats-on for more information.