I,Science were invited to the V&A this week to get a taste of the exhibition: FOOD: Bigger than the Plate. Now in it’s final week, the interactive exhibition looks to explore how our relationship with food is changing, taking visitors on a sensory journey through the food cycle, from production to table. The exhibition has […]
Josh Clark’s new podcast, The End of the World, takes an in-depth look at the future of humanity and answers life’s biggest questions.
The I, Science Culture Club goes to the Modern Couples exhibition at the Barbican Centre
Introducing I, Science Culture Club! Listen to this week’s radio interview with our News Editor, Madeleine.
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
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.
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.
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.
Date night suggestion: clever comedy and dead things in jars. Two favourites come together as the Grant Museum of Zoology hosts an Animal Showoff.
Lottie Dodwell reviews an explosive bonfire-themed late event at the Royal Institution.
Jamie Brown reviews the Secret late event at London’s little-known Horniman Museum.
Samuel Lickiss reviews an unsettling exploration of science and history in our oceans’ mysterious depths.
[Visualisation of the world’s Facebook relationships. Click image for large version.] This article is taken from the Winter 2011 issue of I, Science. Douglas Heaven reviews Jaron Lanier’s You Are Not A Gadget (Penguin, 2010) and the BBC’s documentary Mark Zuckerberg: Inside Facebook (December 2011). In You Are Not A Gadget, Jaron Lanier – computer […]
John Gray, he of ‘Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus’ fame, has a new book out. It’s been out for two months here in the UK, but today the book get’s its US launch. Ben Good gives his thoughts on Gray’s most recent effort… Death and Taxes. Attempt to cheat one and you […]
A whistle stop tour of Mark Stevenson’s vision of the future, this book is a crash course in some of science’s hottest topics. Taking a journey around the world, Stevenson tries to get to grips with how science is set to change our lives beyond all recognition. Each pitstop along his journey introduces a new […]