Science Gallery London

Science Gallery London A space where art and science collide, part of King's College London. Coming soon, GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary.
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Igniting discovery where art and science collide.

Mission: A place where science and art collide.

Students, take a moment for yourself this weekend with Take Time InHealth and wellbeing are a top priority during exam s...
17/04/2020

Students, take a moment for yourself this weekend with Take Time In

Health and wellbeing are a top priority during exam season, and KCLSU have created Take Time In, an online space filled with relaxing virtual activities to keep you calm from the comfort of your home 💻🏠:
https://www.kclsu.org/taketimein/

As we approach exam season amidst such challenging times, it's important that your health and wellbeing are a top priority 👍

That's why we've brought Take Time Out indoors - get ready for Take Time In, an online space filled with relaxing virtual activities to keep you calm from the comfort of your home 💻🏠: https://www.kclsu.org/taketimein/

Have you visited a UK museum or heritage site in the past year and used access facilities or support? Or have you been a...
09/04/2020
Museum and heritage site access survey

Have you visited a UK museum or heritage site in the past year and used access facilities or support? Or have you been a companion to someone who has?

Please take the Museum and Heritage Access Survey 2020 as organised by VocalEyes - describing the arts. They are also interested to hear from people acting as companions, personal assistants or carers, accompanying children or adults using access facilities or support.

Thank you!

#MHAS2020

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Help slow the spread of #COVID19 and identify at risk cases sooner by self-reporting your symptoms daily, even if you fe...
26/03/2020

Help slow the spread of #COVID19 and identify at risk cases sooner by self-reporting your symptoms daily, even if you feel well. Download the app:
https://covid.joinzoe.com/

COVID Symptom Tracker designed by doctors and scientists at King's College London, Guys and St Thomas’ Hospitals working in partnership with ZOE Global Ltd – a health science company. #coronavirusuk

"During the coming weeks Science Gallery London will be working with our community to identify how we can be a force for...
25/03/2020
Update - 25 March — Science Gallery London

"During the coming weeks Science Gallery London will be working with our community to identify how we can be a force for good in the current situation, doing what we do best: connecting people and ideas through conversations, art and experimentation - where art and science collide."

Read the latest update from Associate Director (Creative), John O'Shea.
https://london.sciencegallery.com/news/update-25-march

Following the UK government recommendation that people avoid social venues, the Science Gallery London building closed at 6pm on the 16th of March (including our gallery, café, shop and hire venues) until further notice.

Science Gallery London's cover photo
25/03/2020

Science Gallery London's cover photo

A collaboration between researchers at King’s College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals as well as the health da...
25/03/2020
UK app aims to help researchers track spread of coronavirus

A collaboration between researchers at King’s College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ hospitals as well as the health data science company ZOE hopes to provide real-time information on how the disease is spreading in the UK, including hotspots, via a live symptom tracking app

Covid Symptom Tracker will also help experts understand who is most at risk of disease

15/03/2020
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Dazed and Confused Magazine explore GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary⬇️

Including GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary⬇️
14/03/2020
The best free exhibitions in London right now

Including GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary⬇️

Fancy a day out but short of pennies?  Londoners are lucky enough to have some of the capital’s biggest galleries and museums open their permanent collections free of charge – but there are free exhibitions to be enjoyed too, if you know where to look. 

“We want you to immerse yourselves in the exhibition as much as possible. Interact with the art, interact with us!”Seb d...
13/03/2020

“We want you to immerse yourselves in the exhibition as much as possible. Interact with the art, interact with us!”
Seb describes a day in the life as a Mediator at Science Gallery London https://buff.ly/2TX6cuH

09/03/2020

Charli, Adam and Afra from King's Faculty of Life Sciences & Medicine explain how they have helped to shape Science Gallery London - from working with artists, to having fascinating conversations with our visitors https://buff.ly/32PGSux

#WeekendReads  Artist Sadé Mica talks binders, pronouns and identity in The Fourdrinier See their work in our GENDERS: S...
07/03/2020
Sadé Mica: Nothing Unseen — the Fourdrinier

#WeekendReads Artist Sadé Mica talks binders, pronouns and identity in The Fourdrinier See their work in our GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary exhibition.

Meet artist Sadé Mica, whose art both celebrates and problematises the edges of identity.

06/03/2020
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"A kaleidoscopic range of artworks and artists."
Dazed and Confused Magazine take a look at GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary

Explore the themes of GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary exhibition this World Book Day with one of these titles f...
05/03/2020

Explore the themes of GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary exhibition this World Book Day with one of these titles from our shop 👇

Introducing...Aless!Aless is one of our Young Leaders, a group of 15-25 year olds who ensure that our work resonates wit...
04/03/2020

Introducing...Aless!
Aless is one of our Young Leaders, a group of 15-25 year olds who ensure that our work resonates with young people.
Aless says: "I’m passionate about ensuring no girl around the world is left behind, in terms of her education, health, & the ability to pursue her dreams. I care about protecting the rights of LGBTQIA+ people (of which I am one) and improving mental health awareness & services."
At International Women's Day at Science Gallery London, Aless is leading a workshop with @Plan International UK looking challenging unhelpful gender stereotypes. Come along to pick up some tips to thrive at uni, work or home➡️
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-break-the-binary-tickets-9642316728

How cute is this furry friend? Can you believe it is made of real cat hair?😮This adorable kitty was made by our talented...
02/03/2020

How cute is this furry friend? Can you believe it is made of real cat hair?😮

This adorable kitty was made by our talented Mediator Merle, using hair from her cat. It was part of 'A Museum of Modern Nature' at the Wellcome Collection. 🐱

When Merle isn't talking to our visitors in her role as a Mediator, she is working on creating a new bioplastic using food waste like eggshells. She's also doing a placement at Crafts Council UK looking at the relationship between craft and science.👏

“We want you to immerse yourselves in the exhibition as much as possible. Interact with the art, interact with us!”Seb d...
02/03/2020

“We want you to immerse yourselves in the exhibition as much as possible. Interact with the art, interact with us!”
Seb describes a day in the life as a Mediator at Science Gallery London https://buff.ly/2URJlU0

What could more equal forms of labour look like in and outside of the workplace? Join us for talks, workshops and activi...
01/03/2020
GENDERS: International Women's Day at Science Gallery London

What could more equal forms of labour look like in and outside of the workplace? Join us for talks, workshops and activities to mark International Women's Day at Science Gallery London

Mark International Women's Day with a series of talks, workshops and discussions exploring paid and unpaid labour inequalities. How can we rebalance who holds power and what could more equal forms of labour look like in and outside of the workplace?PROGRAMME12:00 – 16:00Probing Transitions: Naviga...

At this reading group we'll be discussing the ethical questions raised by artificial wombs, looking at Aldous Huxley's B...
29/02/2020
GENDERS Reading Group: Artificial wombs - dream or doom?

At this reading group we'll be discussing the ethical questions raised by artificial wombs, looking at Aldous Huxley's Brave New World and new research on the ethics of reprodutive technology.

BOOK TICKETSEctogenesis, which would allow the growth of a human foetus outside of the body in an artificial womb, raises multiple ethical questions about the future of baby making and its impact on gender equality.Join curator Helen Knowles, artist Puck Verkade and researcher Giulia Cavaliere for t...

Weekend plans? Now you can combine eggs and egg-cellent exhibitions (sorry).Serving brunch from 10:00 - 15:00 on Saturda...
28/02/2020

Weekend plans? Now you can combine eggs and egg-cellent exhibitions (sorry).
Serving brunch from 10:00 - 15:00 on Saturdays.
https://buff.ly/2E4GWeH

From a young age we develop views about what boys and girls are good at. Why is this and why are girls so often disadvan...
27/02/2020
International Women's Day: Break the Binary!

From a young age we develop views about what boys and girls are good at. Why is this and why are girls so often disadvantaged?

Pick up some tips to challenge unhelpful gender stereotypes in the Break the Binary! workshop during International Women's Day at Science Gallery London.

This hands-on session is led by Science Gallery London Young Leader, Aless Gibson, in partnership with Plan International UK.

Free, booking required 👇
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/international-womens-day-break-the-binary-tickets-96423167289

A free workshop at Science Gallery London challenging gender stereotypes

Starting the week by welcoming back our Young Leaders from a jam-packed weekend in Dublin! 🇮🇪Our youth ambassadors and c...
24/02/2020

Starting the week by welcoming back our Young Leaders from a jam-packed weekend in Dublin! 🇮🇪

Our youth ambassadors and creators spent time sharing ideas with our friends at Science Gallery Dublin
as well as enjoying the sights of the city at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum and IMMA - Irish Museum of Modern Art.

They’re now back in London with new inspiration, ideas and connections for youth empowerment 🙌

📢CLOSING TODAY: We're looking for expressions of interest for projects to become part of the forthcoming season explorin...
23/02/2020
Open Call Details | Science Gallery

📢CLOSING TODAY: We're looking for expressions of interest for projects to become part of the forthcoming season exploring AI, ethics & health. Deadline tonight at 23:30 GMT.
📷 Edward Wasserman

Pigeons as Trainable Observers of Pathology and Radiology Breast Cancer Images. Courtesy of Edward Wasserman AI, Ethics and Health SCIENCE GALLERY London Live Tweet London Open from  31st January 2020, 5:00pm GMT to 23rd February 2020, 11:30pm GMT Results by  3rd April Keywords  Artificial Intell...

This weekend is your last chance to submit an idea to our  Open Call for a forthcoming season on AI, Ethics & Health. Cl...
21/02/2020
Open Call Details | Science Gallery

This weekend is your last chance to submit an idea to our Open Call for a forthcoming season on AI, Ethics & Health. Closing date: 23 February, 23:30 GMT

📷 Edward Wasserman

Pigeons as Trainable Observers of Pathology and Radiology Breast Cancer Images. Courtesy of Edward Wasserman AI, Ethics and Health SCIENCE GALLERY London Live Tweet London Open from  31st January 2020, 5:00pm GMT to 23rd February 2020, 11:30pm GMT Results by  3rd April Keywords  Artificial Intell...

Drop in between 11am and 2pm today to make a bee hotel at our half term workshop for younger visitors.🐝Get ready for spr...
21/02/2020

Drop in between 11am and 2pm today to make a bee hotel at our half term workshop for younger visitors.🐝
Get ready for spring🌸 and take home your hotel to support the insects in your area.
Sessions cost £5 per maker and are suitable for age 5+.

Calling all busy bees!🐝We'll be making bee hotels at our hands-on sessions for younger visitors tomorrow. Just turn up b...
20/02/2020

Calling all busy bees!🐝
We'll be making bee hotels at our hands-on sessions for younger visitors tomorrow. Just turn up between 11am and 2pm to learn about pollination and make a hotel to take home.
Sessions cost £5 per maker and are suitable for age 5+.
https://buff.ly/38wufGU

Tomorrow we'll be  making doodling robots at MAKESHOP, our hands-on sessions for younger visitors!🤖Sessions run at 11am ...
19/02/2020
MAKESHOP: February Half Term - Doodlebot

Tomorrow we'll be making doodling robots at MAKESHOP, our hands-on sessions for younger visitors!🤖
Sessions run at 11am and 2pm, and cost £10. There are still some spaces available - reserve yours online:

Learn how to make your own Doodlebot - a drawing, doodling robot with a lot of personality! Bring yourself, your curiosity, and your enthusiasm, and we’ll build some cool stuff together. You'll also be given you some instructions, so you can continue your experimentation at home.Sessions run 11:00...

⏰Change to opening times⏰The cafe, shop and exhibition are open at the later time of 12:00 - 18:00 today. Drop in to see...
16/02/2020
VISIT

⏰Change to opening times⏰
The cafe, shop and exhibition are open at the later time of 12:00 - 18:00 today. Drop in to see our brand new exhibition, GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary.
https://buff.ly/2T5vtAy

Science Gallery London, Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9GU Science Gallery London Opening Times:Monday: 10:00 – 18:00 (Please note exhibitions are closed on Mondays, excluding UK Bank Holidays)Tuesday: 10:00 – 18:00Wednesday: 10:00 – 18:00Thursday: 10:00 – 18:00Friday: 10:00 – 18:00Saturday:...

Keep younger minds occupied this Half Term with our hands-on sessions combining art and science:Make a doodlebot, 20 Feb...
15/02/2020
MAKESHOP: February Half Term - Doodlebot

Keep younger minds occupied this Half Term with our hands-on sessions combining art and science:
Make a doodlebot, 20 February, 11:00 and 15:00. Reserve your place:
Drop in build a bee hotel, 21 February, 11:00 - 14:00 (£5) https://buff.ly/38wufGU

Learn how to make your own Doodlebot - a drawing, doodling robot with a lot of personality! Bring yourself, your curiosity, and your enthusiasm, and we’ll build some cool stuff together. You'll also be given you some instructions, so you can continue your experimentation at home.Sessions run 11:00...

Visit our brand new free exhibition, GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary this weekend! Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00,Sund...
15/02/2020

Visit our brand new free exhibition, GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary this weekend!
Saturday: 10:00 - 18:00,
Sunday: 12:00 - 18:00.
https://buff.ly/39r9axI

Science Gallery keep cups are half price in our cafe all this week as part of King's College London Sustainability Week
10/02/2020

Science Gallery keep cups are half price in our cafe all this week as part of King's College London Sustainability Week

Keep little ones occupied this half term with our hands-on workshops! ✏️✂️🔍 On 20 February, build a robot and watch it c...
09/02/2020
MAKESHOP: February Half Term - Doodlebot

Keep little ones occupied this half term with our hands-on workshops! ✏️✂️🔍
On 20 February, build a robot and watch it come to life to draw a unique piece of art.
Sessions cost £10, reserve your place online⬇️

Learn how to make your own Doodlebot - a drawing, doodling robot with a lot of personality! Bring yourself, your curiosity, and your enthusiasm, and we’ll build some cool stuff together. You'll also be given you some instructions, so you can continue your experimentation at home.Sessions run 11:00...

We are open for breakfast and brunch! 🍳☕️Join us on weekdays from 08:30-10:00 and Saturdays 10:00 - 15:00 as our chefs s...
07/02/2020

We are open for breakfast and brunch! 🍳☕️
Join us on weekdays from 08:30-10:00 and Saturdays 10:00 - 15:00 as our chefs serve up a range of tempting treats.
http://london.sciencegallery.com/cafe

Coming *very* soon...Just one week to go until the opening of GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary, our new exhibiti...
06/02/2020

Coming *very* soon...

Just one week to go until the opening of GENDERS: Shaping and Breaking the Binary, our new exhibition exploring personal perspectives on gender today through art & science

OPEN CALL: Science Gallery London is inviting expressions of interest for projects to become part of the AI, Ethics & He...
03/02/2020
Open Call Details | Science Gallery

OPEN CALL: Science Gallery London is inviting expressions of interest for projects to become part of the AI, Ethics & Healthcare season

Can the tech industry's mantra to "move fast and break things" be reconciled with medicine's mandate to "do no harm"?

FIND OUT MORE: opencall.sciencegallery.com/ai-ethics-and-health

Image: Edward Wasserman

Pigeons as Trainable Observers of Pathology and Radiology Breast Cancer Images. Courtesy of Edward Wasserman AI, Ethics and Health SCIENCE GALLERY London Live Tweet London Open from  31st January 2020, 5:00pm GMT to 23rd February 2020, 11:30pm GMT Results by  3rd April Keywords  Artificial Intell...

Can the tech industry's mantra to "move fast and break things" be reconciled with medicine's mandate to "do no harm"?OPE...
03/02/2020

Can the tech industry's mantra to "move fast and break things" be reconciled with medicine's mandate to "do no harm"?

OPEN CALL: Science Gallery London is inviting expressions of interest for projects to become part of the AI, Ethics & Healthcare season

FIND OUT MORE: opencall.sciencegallery.com/ai-ethics-and-health

Image: Edward Wasserman

Looking for Half Term fun? Make a doodling robot or get ready for spring by building a bee hotel in our hands-on worksho...
02/02/2020

Looking for Half Term fun? Make a doodling robot or get ready for spring by building a bee hotel in our hands-on workshops for age 5+.
More information and booking 👉 https://buff.ly/2O8RrRe

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SE1 9GU

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Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 18:00
Sunday 10:00 - 18:00

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My name is Nicola and I currently work for The One Show at the BBC. We have Todd Douglas Miller on the sofa this Thursday (27th of June). The details are below. Please feel free to tell them to contact me on the email above or at [email protected]. Tickets are, of course, free. • We're based at New Broadcasting House, W1A 1AA • You'll need to arrive between 6pm and 6.30pm (show will finish at 7.30pm) • Everyone will need to bring ID • I will need everyone’s name in advance, I can't confirm your ticket until I have everyone’s name • If anyone is under 18 or has access needs please let me know in advance • We're big on audience interaction, so please know now that there is a good chance you'll be seen on the telly. Let me know if you have any questions!
Come and join our SCIENCE MATINEE on SAT 1st JUNE 3:30pm at Pleasance Theatre After our featured play #ReGen we have a post-show panel with #Scientists from King's College London Centre for Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine discussing the science behind #ReGen, #stemcells, the building blocks of the human body and biological engineering. The science and the fiction about stem cell research. An afternoon discovering the future of medicine, and all its potential ramifications, with the scientists currently taking science to the next level. With: #MiguelBernabeRubio #EllaHubber #MukulTewary #MatteoVietriRudan and playwright/actor of ReGen Juan Echenique Link:
Hi I visited the Hooker exhibition today and it was fantastic! 😀Thanks
Looking forward to seeing you at ART IN FLUX - a comprehensive show on Experiments in Media Arts Now: 14 artists, performances, talks and a workshop. 31.5.-3.6. at Ugly Duck - limited tickets available on Eventbrite
Planck's constant E = hf 6 or 4 Kepler's third law in the microcosm hundred years, no one was able to understand and find https://youtu.be/VEjP7BdZWLY http://vixra.org/abs/1610.0103 http://search.rads-doi.org/index.php/article/435/4913
when is the pv for the Blood exhibition?
Dr. Daniel Glaser, Director of Science Gallery London, speaks to Kolabtree about the need for collaborations between artists and scientists: bit.ly/2u8enWJ
Dr. Daniel Glaser, director of the Science Gallery London, answers this fascinating question about brain transplants.