Werner Herzog follows aeronautics expert Dr Graham Dorrington to the Guyanan rainforest.
Meet the makers of the marvellous mechanical Festo AirPenguins and AirJelly.
A few places are still available at free workshops for Science and English teachers to explore the connections between science and poetry.
Students from Stroud High School and Marling Sixth Form are working with the University of Gloucestershire and the Global Bee Project to create the perfect bee house.
Year 5 and 6 students from Water Mill Primary School are creating a working water wheel to illustrate forces, and generate power to drive a bird scarer and harvest rainwater for irrigation.
Students from Sittingbourne Community College are learning what it takes to become an Olympic athlete.
Perfection is a fascination across science and the arts, with implications of interest to all; from philosophers to designers to anyone who strives for it.
Meet the minds behind some of the UK's most exciting scientific advances at the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition. From machine intelligence to green energy, try out the interactive exhibits and question the expert scientists themselves about the discoveries you make.
Explore the exhibits online and plan out your visit.
The entire world really does become a stage in the UK premiere of Continuous City, a new multi-media theatre experience by New York's critically acclaimed The Builders Association.
Do machines express the human ideals of perfection? This event explores the essential nature of the machines we have created, from cars to mobile phones to robots. We ponder the extent to which human desires and needs are mapped onto our personal and political ideals through the expression of 'The Machine'.
The panel includes: