Ahead of her Manchester Science Festival debut, we spoke to Shobana Jeyasingh about her Spanish flu inspired dance installation, Contagion.
In this guest post, Andy Franzkowiak, Director of Shrinking Space, discusses our fascination with the end of the world and Project Doomsday, a live show coming to the museum in February.
Space rocks that fall from the far reaches of the asteroid belt can unlock the secrets of the earth’s history.
Richard Evans, the creator of two events at this year’s Manchester Science Festival—Sentinel and Aeon: Patient X—talks about how he created his evocative performance piece.
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.
Manchester Science Festival welcomes electronic outfit Public Service Broadcasting for a special performance.
Go behind the scenes of the four-day Brighter Sound Artistic Director Series residency, which brought together female musicians to interpret our Wonder Materials exhibition through music and art.