Lecturer and researcher Michelle Phillips writes about the curious ways that music affects our sense of time.
To find out more about our guest authors, you can find their biographies at the end of each post.
Professor of Acoustic Engineering Trevor Cox writes about the inventive ways we can transform sound, ahead of our Sound and Music Late event.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we invited space journalist Sarah Cruddas to interview Patiya Pasakon, a researcher with our Wonder Materials sponsors Haydale, about her life as a woman working in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Beyer, Peacock and Co. was well-known for manufacturing steam locomotives, but also considered making motor cars, as our archives reveal.
Graphene has been subjected to a great deal of hype its whole life. What effect has this had?
Richard Evans from Cold Star Media explores the background to an immersive live event exploring the history of contagion and viral outbreaks.
Researchers at the Science Museum in London have unearthed an amazing film that they believe has not been shown in public since 1928.
Science Museum Group Director of External Affairs Roger Highfield writes about the new possibilities opened up by materials like graphene, ahead of his In Conversation with Professor Andre Geim event at the museum.
Ross Dalziel will lead a series of workshops at MakeFest 2016, using the Raspberry Pi version of Minecraft and Martin O’Hanlon’s mcpi API to celebrate the first railway journeys between Liverpool and Manchester.