Jennifer Rohn of Lablit.com hosts the monthly book club dedicated to great fiction books with a science theme. If you’re an interested reader who has something to say, then come along. The format of Fiction Lab is simple. All you need to do is check this webpage for the book choice, read the book beforehand […]
The Grant Museum of Zoology Film Club presents EMPIRE OF THE ANTS. Join Historian of Biology and film-buff Professor Joe Cain who will introduce the film. You’ll never look at ants in the same way again.
Neil Stoker gorges on a new book of Hubble images, and wonders how these extraordinary pictures have changed us
Amy C. Chambers’s research explores the production, dissemination, and reception of post-classical Hollywood science-based narratives and investigates how mainline Christian groups, religious discourses, and faith-based rhetoric intersected with this era of genre filmmaking.
Take a leap into 2052 and explore the terrifying genetic control under which the human race has befallen with Holly Cave’s first ever sci-fi book..
Rory Galloway reads his short story, “The Turing Test”
This show at the Royal Institution was a little strange and a little bit good …