OPPORTUNITY FOR SCIENCE COMMUNICATORS British Science Week (BSW) is a ten-day programme of science, technology, engineering and maths events and activities across the UK for people of all ages. Anyone can organise an event or activity, and the British Science Association helps organisers plan by providing free activity and support resources. […]
Opening in February 2017, the next blockbuster Science Museum exhibition will explore the 500-year story of humanoid robots and the artistic and scientific quest to understand what it means to be human. Set in five different periods and places, the exhibition features a unique collection of over 100 robots, from a 16th-century mechanical monk to robots […]
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Vampires are on the loose and at a time when most things are being blamed on either climate change or the EU (not anymore…), it’s been suggested that a combination of both may have caused the uprising. But the rise of the tick is not sexy news fodder, and tick diseases only affecting dogs even […]
How has music evolved so dramatically? We tread the tricky path from tape to techno…
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 […]
Sophie Walsh interviews Steve Crabtree, editor of BBCs science series ‘Horizon’ to discuss taboo science, the future of Horizon and why he wishes he’s met David Bowie…