Ever wondered what a scientists does? Or how the wonders of the modern world look surrounded by LED lights? Wonder no more, watch our short viedo to find out what happens at Pi, our pop up platform that explores science in a creative way. Pi at the Platform for Investigation is our monthly contemporary science […]

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We’re on Quizeum on Monday 30 November at 8.30pm on BBC4 – here’s a another sneak preview source

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Discover the fascinating world of codebreaking, ciphers and secret communications with our free must-see exhibition Top Secret: From ciphers to cyber security. Open until 31 August 2021. Book your free tickets now: https://bit.ly/3hNZHrD source

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The fuel we use to power our world is one of the biggest contributing factors affecting the UK’s carbon footprint. Find out how the most up-to-date fuel research and technology, from new hydrogen and carbon capture to storage infrastructure, could help reduce UK emissions and tackle the climate crisis. Speakers Include Dame Mary Archer Professor […]

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Artisan baker Paul Hollywood was at MOSI (Museum of Science and Industry, Manchester). For recipes and information about the £9million redevelopment of MOSI go to www.mosi.org.uk source

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Video News Release featuring the launch of Revolution Manchester Gallery launch at MOSI (Museum of Science & Industry, Manchester) with interviews from Tony Hill, Director, and Professor Brian Cox of Manchester University. source

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The Platform for Investigation is the home of Pi – our new monthly contemporary science programme showcasing cutting edge research, live experiments and art and science collaborations. Brain Attack was part of Science, Stroke, Art for Action on Stroke Month in May. Led by neuroscientist Professor Stuart Allan and colleagues from The University of Manchester, […]

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16,000 people joined us on our journey inside the largest scientific experiment ever constructed, buried deep under the border between Switzerland and France. Behind the scenes at CERN, we witnessed the uncovering of the Higgs boson, explored the 27km large hadron collider and its cathedral-sized detector caverns, and discovered how studying the subatomic world can […]

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Inspire and delight your class of budding innovators with an explosion of fun learning opportunities at the Museum of Science & Industry in Manchester. http://www.mosi.org.uk/learning.aspx Stir their imagination and fire their enthusiasm with our brand new programme for schools and groups. source

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Using one of the only technologies that can produce full colour models as part of the printing process, Manchester’s Hobs Studio manage to keep Bez still long enough to scan and capture his head using a structured light scanner. A 3D printed Bez appeared in our exhibition 3D: Printing the Future. The exhibition is now […]

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