Draw life at this dynamic and collaborative artistic workshop with award-winning artist Gemma Anderson.
Out Thinkers showcases the talent of LGBT+ researchers, providing a platform where people can talk about their science while truly being themselves.
Celebrate the end of the British Science Festival 2019 in style as we take over Coventry’s FarGo Village.
We know less about the deep ocean than the surface of the Moon, but what we have discovered so far is an extraordinary array of living beings and landscapes
Which came first: the chicken or the feather?
Through photography, animation, light and sound, artist Emily Scaife’s live audio-visual performance explores the unusual mating behaviours of Nudibranchs (sea slugs).
66 million years ago a catastrophic asteroid impact wiped out the dinosaurs, but resulted in the dramatic and rapid evolution of birds.
Are you ready to put down roots in Coventry city centre as you join us at the Botanist for the first night of the British Science Festival?
Have you ever relaxed in a hot spring? If that’s a yes, then you have experienced geothermal energy – an energy source which has been in use for thousands of years and was even used by the Romans to warm their baths.