Flood Tide is a live musical performance generated by the flow of the River Thames. A sensor placed in the water registers changes in the current's strength, which is then converted into musical notation and performed by professional and community musicians, including an orchestra, vocalists and taiko drummers.
Come and marvel at the mechanical penguins and jellyfish as they swim through the auditorium of Royal Festival Hall.
Join scientists, artists and writers to discuss the interesting, the unusual or provocative in the past, present and future of science, culture and us, over a cup of coffee or drink.
Researchers from six UK Universities are using sound to see into the cores of stars and understand the workings of our Sun and the strangest stars in the sky.
Researchers from London South Bank University are collaborating with other institutions to create inspection robots able to climb walls and swim.
Researchers from five countries have developed a new technology to help find buried landmines.
Researchers from the University of Cambridge are studying ways to harness algae as a renewable energy source.
Researchers from University of Bath are using mathematics to understand the complexities of the world around us.
A number of UK research groups are studying liquid crystals to develop new materials and also new ideas for future liquid crystal applications.