Join a panel from the University of Aberdeen for presentations, discussion and the chance to explore the tools being developed to curate and analyse social media data.
Prof David Nutt reflects on the pressing issue of the regulation of drugs and suggests how policy responses can be improved to tackle it.
This interactive workshop invites you to get creative with chemistry and design your very own slime.
Life on earth will come to an end. It's just a matter of when. Explore the potential catastrophes facing our planet and our species with academic, science writer and broadcaster Bill McGuire.
Join science fiction author Alastair Reynolds and paleontologist Dr Stephen Brusatte for a conversation about the relationship between science fact and science fiction.
Following on from his presentation on BBC Radio 4's Great Lives, join Prof Tom Solomon for a reflection on the life, work and forensic passions of this much-loved writer.
Hunt for monsters hiding around the building using the world's best video technology equipment.
How did cosmology evolve from metaphysics to science? How can the laws of cosmology be tested?
2015 Edinburgh Medallist Mary Midgley delivers her address in which she describes Scientism – uncritical veneration for physical science – and how it distorts our idea of what science itself is.Discover More