Feed your curiosity at the Wellcome’s daytime discussions. Drop in to hear local scientists in conversation about their latest experiment, life in the lab and why science matters to everyone, all in the space of your lunch hour. Bring your sarnies with you. What exactly is a habit? What part do habits play in the way […]
Explore the Wellcome Collection’s free exhibitions out of hours. Play eye-opening games in the Reading Room, handle intriguing objects and take a tour of the exhibition, or just have a glass of wine and catch up with friends to make your Friday night a little bit different. This First Friday sees Stephen Coates/The Real Tuesday Weld playing a […]
Join the Royal Society for their annual exploration of cutting edge science and state of the art technology, as we host the UK’s most revolutionary research. Their free, week-long festival features 22 curated exhibits and a series of inspiring talks and activities for all ages (including an adults only Lates). Meet the scientists, discover something new […]
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 […]
Antibiotics are rapidly becoming ineffective. Their overuse and misuse has led to many bacteria developing resistance to them, and we are at risk of being taken back to the dark ages of medicine, where routine surgeries and minor infections become life-threatening once again. In this Crick Chat, which is taking place during the MRC Festival of […]
Head into orbit at this month’s Lates for a sartorial view of space… We’ll be hosting our very first space-inspired fashion show with the European Space Agency. You’ll get to see outfits from the brightest budding fashion minds across Europe, all designed as practical clothing that includes technology and fabrics relating to space travel. You’ll meet […]
What makes some people more susceptible to mental health conditions? A recent revolution in our genetic understanding of illnesses like schizophrenia and autism has produced some surprising insights. Join us to discover how new research in neuroscience could lead to better treatments and a more realistic view of mental health. Dr Liz Tunbridge is a […]
In the first part of our series on green spaces, we look at how the world’s megacities are getting ahead in the sustainability game.