From our most Instagrammable event ever to robot selfies, #msf17 was a social media hit.
In this guest post, Tom Renn, Managing Director of Manchester Science Partnerships asks: how close are we to living in a robot world?
Talbot Mill, the location for A Grand Exposition is home to a huge variety of makers, craftspeople, artists and creatives. We caught up with Jon Shackleton and Gideon Foster to find out more about the Brewshack brewing collective and their passion for beer.
From robot poop to AI in hospitals, Tomorrow’s World Live at Manchester Science Festival covered all the big questions. Here’s the most important stuff we learned.
In this guest post, volunteer Joe Roberts takes us through the production process of one of the headline activities at Manchester Science Festival, Tape.
The secret to happiness is all in your head. Find out how to boost your happy chemicals with the theory and practise at Morning Gloryville…
Textile production and computing—two of Manchester’s most important historic industries—are brought together in the Jacquard loom, on display in our Textiles Gallery.
Director of the North West Film Archive, Marion Hewitt, gets excited about discovery and decay.
Why do we go to Antarctica to search for space rocks?
Robots and artificially intelligent beings in films are often used as a way to explore what makes us uniquely human.