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A group show at Manchester's Castlefield Gallery takes Margaret Atwood's post-apocalypse novel, The Year of the Flood, as a starting point.
Rescued from the skip in 2010, a statue of a cult cartoon character will stand at the entrance to a summer show in Manchester following careful surgery on his severed limbs.
Ahead of an expected 10% budget cut in this month's spending review, leaders say a £6 million annual deficit could cause one of the north's popular science museums to close.
From Bournemouth to Inverness, there are five impressive science festivals to choose from this month, as well as a couple of excellent new exhibitions.
Medals given to Jack Alcock and Arthur Whitten-Brown, the men who made the first non-stop Transatlantic flight, have gone on show in an all-singing Easter at the MOSI.
Bones in Coventry, pests in London, steel science in Sheffield and rumbles and groans in Manchester in our round-up of some Science and Nature highlights this month.
Live seismic recordings from 50 stations around the world – including ones beneath Greater Manchester – help create a unique sound and video installation at the MOSI.
Flog It!, the BBC's long-running show in which the public get to find out whether their antiques are worth a fortune, is about to hold a valuation day in Manchester.
The British Museum's blockbuster on Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum catches the eye this month. Tudors, teeth and International Women's Day also feature.
Smoke, lighting, 60 years' of dust and a team of arts enthusiasts helped artist Rosa Barba create a film looking at the forgotten architecture of north and south.
The Whitworth in Manchester is showing a video spinoff from Michael Landy's milestone installation at Tate Britain, Semi Detached.
The Museum of Science and Industry's STEM team and the University of Manchester have collaborated on a series of workshops allowing children to create revolutionary gadgets.
Visitors to Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry don't know whether they are coming or going with Sigune Hamann's photographs and videos of people waving.
A four-year project working with rural communities on conservation efforts in Ecuador is the focus for an exhibition of photos, sound and stats in Manchester.
"Hackable" table-tennis games, Arctic gnomes and a trip to Ecuador in our pick of seven Science and Nature exhibitions to keep an eye on this December.