Citizen Science: Make music as you paddle with Sonic Kayaks

Kayaking to an exclusive live-marine soundtrack while taking part in important environmental research? Yes please! Sonic Kayaks have now published instructions on how to build their hardware & open source software.Read more

Nick Ross: Future tech, past lessons

Broadcaster, journalist, chairman and campaigner Nick Ross gives us his thoughts on the public acceptance of technologies, past and future, ahead of the Huxley Summit on 29 November.Read more

We're now an accredited Living Wage employer

We're guaranteeing that all our staff receive the rates set by the Living Wage Foundation. Here's why.Read more

Be an Award Lecturer in 2018

If you love both your research and telling people about it, you’re a prime candidate to apply for a British Science Association Award Lecture. But time is short: you’ve only got till 2 January 2018 to file your application. Alan Barker shows you how.Read more

Introducing: AccessLab

AccessLab is a new public engagement format that aims to improve access to and the judgement of information.Read more

The data explosion and the commercial imperative

For this year's Huxley Summit, EY have commissioned research looking at the link between how organisations use data and perceptions of trustworthinessRead more

Reflecting on the UK Science Festivals Network Conference

For the first time, current and aspiring festival organisers came together to explore science festivals and celebrate their successes. We bring you the highlights.Read more

Science-up your Halloween

Make this year’s Halloween unforgettable by incorporating these 10 amazing science activities into your Halloween party!Read more

Don’t take my word for it

"Navigating trust in an uncertain world" was the theme of Professor Uta Frith’s Presidential Address at this year’s British Science Festival. The ways we establish trust are coming under pressure. How can we make better choices? Alan Barker offers reflection on a thought-provoking talk.Read more

The Planet Factory: Exoplanets and the Search for a Second Earth

To close World Space Week, Elizabeth Tasker introduces her new astronomical adventure book, The Planet Factory, which demystifies current Exoplanet research.Read more

To the stars with Dallas Campbell

Dallas Campbell takes you on a journey through the cosmos in his new book, Ad Astra: An Illustrated Guide to Leaving the PlanetRead more

Dr Jackie Bell: An astronaut in the making

To celebrate World Space Week we interviewed Dr Jackie Bell, one of our treasured staff members and participant in the recent BBC series 'Astronauts: Do You Have What it Takes?'Read more