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
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, ‘Sentinel’ is a performance of laser lighting, video, live vocals, and electro-synth music, creating a “multi-sensory journey through present and future effects of global warming.”
Megan Robinson speaks to Manchester’s own Dr Rob Appleby, a particle physicist at CERN, about getting people engaged in science with all their senses
Featuring an interview with Professor Barry Lennox, and a look into ‘Tommorow’s World Live’
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 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
As part of the Manchester Science Festival 2013, James Jackman caught up with Simon Singh, author of the bestselling Fermat’s Last Theorem, to discuss his latest book, The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets.
The placebo effect has been known and studied for decades. This panel discussion dissects placebo in the arts, in research and now it is studied for its implications as a legitimate medicine in the future.
The internationally renowned performance company, Clod Ensemble, blur the boundaries of art and science, and explore the power of the placebo in their latest production
Even though technology has penetrated every aspect of modern life, most of us have been limited in how we envision the future to look like. We talk about how social media may change the political landscape, how the rise of interconnectivity can affect our relationships, and how technological advancements may help solve issues like climate […]
An exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry
Performing at the Museum of Science and Industry as part of Manchester Science Festival, the Robot orchestra, built by and for the community, used an eclectic blend of engineering and music to inspire the public to become more involved in science