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Having created a 3D work based on a heartbreaking tale, the artist explains why a trip to meet a family in America resulted in "a different way" of producing her work.
From South Africa and Vietnam to Malawi and Cambridge, the Wellcome's new exhibition explores scientific forays in six countries, as seen by artists in residence.
The National Museum of Computing has welcomed the nephew of the man who decoded Hitler's Lorenz system and the son of the engineer behind the Colossus computer.
From robotic creatures and real butterflies to the sounds of space and the experience of being in Antartica, here are seven exhibitions and festivals to enjoy.
What's it like to be a bird or a baby panda? You could find out if you follow our top ten from this year's packed Manchester Science Festival.
An example of an ICT 1301, one of the first mass produced computers, has been saved by the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park where it will be restored.
A Manchester Science Festival poll of hundreds of people has identified the catchiest songs of all time as part of an exploration of music therapy and Alzheimers.
Dulcie Lee takes a final look at the Science Museum's tribute to the legacy of Alan Turing, the man who masterminded the success of the codebreakers at Bletchley Park.
Computing heroine Dame Stephanie Shirley says girls "must take advantage of the revival of computing" as an interactive, Google-UK backed gallery opens in Bletchley.
Praising the "astonishing achievements" of organisers in Buckinghamshire, an entrepreneur is offering to double public donations to Bletchley's home of computing.
Computer music powered by synthesisers and a two-foot high, bright yellow microcontroller have proved popular at the launch of a forward-thinking summer festival.
A month of 3D fun at the Science Museum is among the stand-outs as we pick our latest Science and Nature museum events and exhibitions for your enjoyment.
The man "in the pantheon of computer greats" has had the centenary of his birth marked with a celebration attended by some of his fellow technological pioneers.
Visitors to Leicester could be given the chance to search for aliens via a telescope in outer space if a $2 million campaign to send a public telescope into orbit succeeds.
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".