See a 3D movie of the Universe from the Big Bang to the present, experience interactive real time simulations of galaxies in motion and take part in demonstrations and a quiz to understand the origin of galaxies.
Our galaxy, the Milky Way, has been 13 billion years in the making. Computer simulations help explain how it was built, starting from the Big Bang.
How have public conversations about science changed? And how will they change in future?
In 17th-century London, coffee-houses were important centres of information exchange: gentlemen, merchants, courtiers and craftsmen gathered to sip coffee and talk about the latest news and ideas. Fellows of the newly-established Royal Society used coffee-house conversations to publicise their own research and learn about developments at home and abroad.
Flood Tide is a live, outdoor, musical performance on the afternoon of Sunday 4 July 2010, generated by the flow of the River Thames.
First performed in 2008, this production of Flood Tide is the most ambitious yet, with a record number of musicians performing for the duration of a tide cycle.
Enjoy a fascinating encounter between two of the UK's finest beatboxers - MC Zani and Gracious B - and Professor David M Howard, specialist in the analysis and synthesis of singing, speech and music, and featured in BBC4's The Voice. Specially invited by Southbank Centre Artist in Residence Shlomo, the two beatboxers perform live as part of the event.
Street Science is at See Further: The Festival of Science + Arts every day of the festival at Southbank with different performers, demonstrators and entertainers each day.
Street Science includes Science in a Suitcase, NOISEmakers, Physics in the Field, Ri Maths busking, Royal Observatory Greenwich and historical characters.
Join the team from BBC One's Bang Goes The Theory as they explore, stretch and explode science live on stage. They take a fresh look at how science shapes the world around us - and there's nothing that they won't put to the test.
Suitable for all ages.
Visitors to the Royal Society's Summer Science Exhibition stand the chance of winning a holiday for two to the ICEHOTEL in Swedish Lapland, courtesty of the exhibit A molecule's eye view of water.
In today’s society we are storing an ever increasing number of memories in the virtual world. ‘Forgetting to Forget’ will encourage discussion and open up the debate on the impact of technology on memory recall whilst exploring the possibility that memories are purposefully being forgotten.