There will be a selection of short talks by lectures from the Department of Physics about their innovative research and how it is allowing us to see the unseen, including one all about the recent Nobel prize award.
There will be interactive stands, where researchers and students will be on hand to show you demonstrations and talk to you about exciting physics ideas. These topics will range from quantum physics, to medical applications, as well as lots about mysterious dark matter.
Find out more about Dark Matter Day.
Children, families and adults are all welcome.