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Theatre, video, sound art, 15-metre magnets and "virtual" scientists are among the plans revealed by The Science Museum for its recreation of the Large Hadron Collider lab.
Having explored mammoth teeth, dragonfly wings and the bones of bears during a residency alongside scientists, Katie Paterson's new exhibition is a miniature history of life.
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.
From Copernicus to the Mars Curiosity rover, the Royal Observatory is about to launch a season pondering the hot topic of our intergalactic solitude.
Following a record number of competitors last year, entries have just opened for this year's edition of the Royal Observatory's annual search for super space snappers.
The BBC's annual campaign to get people involved with astronomy, Stargazing Live, returns following the huge success of last year's campaign.
Only a jaded soul could fail to be impressed by a competition showing how amateur and professional photographers are making the most of digital advances, says Kat Hopps.
Australian-based photographer Martin Pugh has won the Royal Observatory's award for the second time. Here are some of the best pictures from a year of record entries.
Visitors will be able to see a 90kg rock, thought to be the largest meteorite ever to have fallen on the British Isles, when it goes on display in Wiltshire for 12 days next month.
Dutch artist Melvin Moti's first solo show in Britain invites the public to hunt for answers in a glow of exhibits from the National Museum of Scotland's archives.
An "exceptional and important" chance to see material from a galaxy far, far away in Edinburgh, where Dutch artist Melvin Moti's film covers rocks and flourescing scorpions.
The part-time hypnotist and drone engineer brings installations based on unfinished Einstein theories and fanciful Navy experiments to the Tanks series at Tate.