Watch interviews with Brian Greene, Philip Glass and Al and Al as they talk about Icarus at the Edge of Time, which has its European premiere at See Further: The Festival of Science + Arts on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 July 2010, at Southbank Centre, London.
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.
When I was young I used to disappear down into the cellar of my parent's home to scrabble about with the machines that lived there: the boiler, the washing machine, old computers, cassettes, calculators and strange looking cameras. This realm of the machines was warm, darkly lit, and full of comforting clicks and whirring sounds.
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.
Researchers from Microsoft Research Cambridge are developing software to help computers learn from experience, creating the next generation of machine intelligence.
Watch the webcast with Tim Berners-Lee, Stephen Fry, Wendy Hall, Jim Haseloff and Bill Thompson.
With its bustling streets, green parks and rich history around every corner, London always has plenty to catch your eye. What is not so well known is the science that keeps the city alive.