Last week, the I Science Culture Club went to the Wellcome Collection to explore their permanent galleries as well as their temporary exhibition: Living With Buildings.
This week: the I, Science Culture Club goes to the Royal Academy of Arts to see drawings by two Austrian painters, Schiele and Klimt.
This week, the I, Science Culture Club goes on a journey through time to the Pacific at the Oceania exhibition.
Introducing I, Science Culture Club! Listen to this week’s radio interview with our News Editor, Madeleine.
This evening was not just about fascinating facts to give you the edge in the next pub quiz.
If I ever had cause to dance with a faceless doppelgänger of myself in a meteor-ravaged lighthouse, I would want Alex Garland to film it.
“BLOOD: Life Uncut” explores the scientific and symbolic nature of blood
Emma Lisle reviews Song of Contagion, a musical performance about attitudes towards infectious diseases, and the lives of people affected by them.
An art and science collaboration that takes you into the largest particle physics laboratory in the world; CERN
We caught-up with the Contemplation Zone Manager about whats on offer in the Zone at this weekends Imperial Festival.
In this article we will count down our top ten favourite popular songs written about extra-terrestrials and other worlds from the 1950s to date.
Silvia Lazzaris takes a look at the National Gallery’s new exhibition: Michelangelo & Sebastiano
A review of the Science Museum’s new VR experience – Space Descent VR with Tim Peake
Robot assisted surgery is being embedded in to a range of medical procedures. Marcela Leite visited the Guardian Live Robot Surgery event at the Science Museum to find out more.
Authors Adam Corner and Jamie Clarke suggest a fresh approach to engaging the public in to taking action against climate change.
Our Events Manager, Judit Agui, reviews the Virtually Real exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts.
Our Pictures Editor, Natasha Gertler, takes a look at the Science Museum’s new Winton Gallery, which brings 400 years of mathematical history to life.
As part of our latest Other Worlds issue, our writers review the new Planet Earth II series and Starmus III Festival
As a scientist, I’m used to hearing that science museums are boring, weird or just for kids. And in fact, when I arrived at the Science Museum, I found myself to be the only one there without children. I crossed a mist of primary colours and mirrored walls and entered the Statoil Gallery, the home […]
Nearly 50,000 entries from 95 countries were considered for this year’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year award. The prestigious prize, now in its 52nd year, was given to American photographer Tim Laman at a ceremony in London’s Natural History Museum last night, for his picture Entwined lives. The photograph, which he took remotely using a […]
Federico Barni reviews Zhao Liang’s observational documentary and portrait of modern China, ‘Behemoth’.
Sophie Walsh reviews the first ever Story Collider event in the UK.
How is eating carrots or being able to taste PTC affecting your love life? This Guerilla Science event explored the science of love and lust.
Find out what happened when we spent a day with the orchids ‘visiteering’ at the Natural History Museum.
Theatre company Ridiculusmus’ new show at the Battersea Arts Center explores MDMA’s potential to treat Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Technology and the internet is the subject and medium of this London art exhibition, in over 100 works from the 1960’s through to present day.
Review of Imperial’s annual science-comedy event BAHfest, where outrageously funny and ridiculous ideas are discussed in scientific terms
Date night suggestion: clever comedy and dead things in jars. Two favourites come together as the Grant Museum of Zoology hosts an Animal Showoff.
With an Einstein impersonator and a silent disco, this is one of the best ‘Lates’ in the city
Lottie Dodwell reviews an explosive bonfire-themed late event at the Royal Institution.