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A robotics display and examples of how software infiltrates everyday domestic items are among the highlights in a new four-section display volunteers say has proved "great fun".
A century after Harry Brearley hit upon the formula for "rustless" steel, a renamed room and two displays at Kelham Island Museum honour the Sheffield lad's achievements.
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.
More than 4,000 events are taking place across Britain for the annual British Science Association festival, including Victorian tours in Newcastle and a packed schools programme.
Cars, cows, aluminium and mobile phones feature among 1,200 objects and 20 interactive exhibits in a new gallery charting Birmingham's productive past.
A robot capable of making original drawings and a rotting 19th century harmonium represent the results of art-technology experiment the Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol.
People in Bristol will be able to exchange messages with bollards, benches and other street objects in a project devised by the £30,000 winners of a digital art competition.
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.
Sixty-one years after it was made for an atomic research department, the "charmed life" of the 2.5-tonne Harwell Dekatron has found its latest home.
Manchester's annual nine-day, multi-venue festival of Science kicks of this weekend with a dizzying array of events for kids, families and adults.
Sixteen teenage finalists will gather at the Royal Institution to compete in a series of tasks involving electromagnetism on the 200th anniversary of Michael Faraday's invention.
An eight-piece harmonious robotic orchestra and a real-time visualisation which groups and "categorises" visitors are among the highlights in a show hailing the power of the net.
A new sculpture marking the achievements of Abraham Darby is taking shape at Ironbridge Gorge in Shropshire thanks to members of the British Artist Blacksmiths Association.
A leading engineer from a Honda plant in Japanese persuaded curators to open the Cheshire museum outside of normal hours so he could take a look at a pioneering engine.