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The festival will showcase a range of art commissions, immersive and participatory experiences, outdoor events and live debates in aid of the 2020 Year of Climate Action
The unique ‘Robots’ exhibition, showcasing the 500-year evolution of robots, is to headline the annual science festival held at Manchester’s Museum of Science & Industry
The Manchester Science Festival returns for its 10th year, running from 20-30th October, in collaboration with the Museum of Science and Industry
The BBC’s Infinite Monkey Cage series recorded their latest episode at the Museum of Science and Industry in which they explored the unknown 95 per cent of the universe—dark energy and dark matter
Andy van den Bent-Kelly headed over to the Museum of Science and Industry to attend a lively debate about fracking as part of this year’s Science Festival
The annual Pint of Science Festival is back again from the 15th–17th May, bringing together the wonders of science and the comfort (and beer!) of Manchester’s best bars and clubs
Wondering what science has to do with music? Check out the Science and Industry Museum’s new exhibition ‘Turn It Up: The power of music’ to find out.
Spend your the last summer month living it up before returning to uni by checking out Manchester’s sports, science, and food events this August
From Mitigation, to Adaption, Finance to Collaboration – what’s on at the Manchester Festival of Climate Action?
Drama Society is showcasing their autumn fringe festival online to provide a creative platform for their members to show off their work
MACfest, the first UK festival celebrating Islam, returns in 2020
Alia Nawaz details the upcoming manchester Literature festival October 2019
With New Order, Hot Chip, and Kraftwerk on the menu at Bluedot, Freya Thompson reviewed a buffet of electronic music
Contributor Freya Thomson previews Bluedot Festival which sees science meet music with headliners New Order, Kraftwerk, and Hot Chip.
ManSEDS’ annual Innovation in Space Festival featured Bob Morris, Chair of the Northern Space Consortium, who detailed how the UK space industry has changed recently
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren visits the British Muslim Heritage Centre to observe a talk on the celebration of ‘Art, Culture and Science of Islamic Civilizations’ hosted by the festival ‘MACFEST’
The free event, organised by the University of Manchester’s Faculty of Science and Engineering, comes to the intu Trafford Centre on the 14th and15th April
A celebration of women in STEM for International Women’s Day at the Museum of Science and Industry
An exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry