A short trip outside London is a huge silver UFO shaped building, and in August will be a chance to go inside to see the particle accelerator it houses.
The annual Pint of Science festival is back once more, putting lots of science inside pubs and letting people learn over a pint. The event, now in its sixth year takes place in the second half of May. Tickets cost…
The International Space Station will make a number of its occasional passes right over London this weekend and if you know what to look for, you can watch it pass overhead.
What do you do when a famous wheelchair is now sadly no longer occupied -- put it up for sale to raise money for charity.
A large room at the top of the Science Museum, normally filled with schoolchildren has also gained a huge new mural by the illustrator, Sir Quentin Blake.
The Science Museum has added a little playful twist to their image archive with a random image generator.
A new science and art venue is opening later this year at London Bridge that aims to make scientific research accessible to visitor through installations and a programme of exhibitions and events.
The Science Museum has shown off a full-size engineering model of BepiColombo, the European Space Agency’s first ever spacecraft to explore Mercury, and one of the most challenging planetary missions ever launched.
In the countryside not far from Didcot can be a found a stunning flying saucer of a building, which also happens to house the UK's national synchrotron, and there's a chance to go inside for a look.
The now annual festival of science talks that take place in pubs across the country is back next month, and the line up of talks has been announced.
Is it science, art, or maybe both. An art exhibition seeks to explore the connection that sees science turned into art, with rather variable end results.
It was a time of the death of kings, and a 17th century Englishman proposed a space programme with the ambition of reaching the moon.
Conceived before NASA, before Sputnik, Britain was leading the space race with the development of the world's longest running, yet oddly little known, space rocket programme.
After hurtling through the atmosphere, its outer skin burnt and charred by superheated plasma, a spacecraft has arrived at the Science Museum.
A display of award winning science photos has been blown up to billboard size and put on display along the Euston Road.