In this part stand-up comedy and part science show, Matthew Starr brings the audience along with him as he tries to understand getting older, his past relationships, and the universe.
Out Thinkers showcases the talent of LGBT+ researchers, providing a platform where people can talk about their science while truly being themselves.
Explore how photo editing impacts our memories, world views and society. In an image obsessed world, it’s increasingly difficult to tell what is real and fake, but how bad can it be?
Celebrate the end of the British Science Festival 2019 in style as we take over Coventry’s FarGo Village.
How can we bridge societal divides? Join this talk to learn about polarisation, inequalities and strategies for progress.
Does playing video games encourage girls to develop a love of science? The self-confessed ‘geek girl’ Anesa Hosein discovered that, compared to non-gamers, girls classed as ‘heavy-gamers’ are three times more likely to pursue science degrees…
The Departure Lounge is a taboo-busting installation from the Academy of Medical Sciences and the Liminal Space, exploring what it means to have a “good death” through personal stories, practical advice, and conversations about medical research.
How can we navigate the blurred boundaries between gaming and gambling, and what impact does it have on children?
Affecting up to 1 in 3 people each year, mental health conditions are as prevalent as their causes are intriguing.
More than 1 in 100 people are on the autistic spectrum – around 700,000 people in the UK.