V&A Friday Late: Engineering Your World

July’s Late celebrates the creative force of engineers. Often overlooked as mere mathematicians or facilitators for the architect’s genius, engineers organise the world we live in! From robotic fabrication to sound engineering, join us to discover how their work is everywhere around you. The original contemporary late night event. Friday Late celebrates all aspects of […]

How to know a neutrino from a hole in the ground

Join Nobel Prize winner Art McDonald who will tell the story of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory, a Canada-UK-US laboratory 2 km underground. It observed neutrino properties beyond the Standard Model of Elementary Particles and confirmed models of the sun with great accuracy. He will also talk about future research at SNOLAB, into Dark Matter particles […]

Science Museum Lates: Leonardo Da Lates

You know Leonardo the artist from paintings including The Last Supper and Mona Lisa, but tonight we celebrate Leonardo da Vinci, the insatiably curious engineer. Join us as we explore his technological drawings and visions for the future. Try your hand at sculpting, building, mask-making, origami and Renaissance-period dancing. I, Science will once again be […]

Silent Signal: Cascade Screening

Silent Signal is an ambitious project partnering six artists working with animation together with six leading biomedical scientists, to create experimental animated artworks exploring new ways of thinking about the human body. Silent Signal takes you on a journey: starting at the microcosm of the infection fighting internal landscapes of our cells, through the personal […]

Frankenstein: From Literature to Myth to Bogeyman of Science

‘Frankenstein’ was conceived in June 1816 by the 18-year old Mary Godwin (later Shelley) during a late-night ghost story session at Lake Geneva. It has since become the creation myth for modern times – and an embodiment of society’s anxieties about new science. This illustrated lecture from Sir Christopher Frayling explores the birth of ‘Frankenstein’, […]