Walking unsuspectingly around Southbank Centre, I was pounced on by Josh Ferguson and Michael Quinn from The Sittingbourne Community College.
“Do you want to test your lung capacity?” asked Mike. I tried to shy away “Oh mine is rubbish”. But he insisted “Everyone says that but then it turns out to be really good”
Many of us know that calcium is important for bones and teeth but calcium is also crucial for a healthy heart. It is calcium signalling within the heart muscle cells that determines normal heart contraction.
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.
The subjects of time, memory and loss are often the main focus of Resnais' work, and extremely prevalent in this brilliantly structured film. Playful and beautifully cinematic, it transcends the sci-fi genre to gain a deeper analysis of human existence.
A man is contaminated by a mysterious radioactive cloud that causes him to shrink.
Cod and chips, pie and mash, whitebait, tuna steak – is it time to take them off the menu, before these fish go extinct?
A few places are still available at free workshops for Science and English teachers to explore the connections between science and poetry.