1001 Inventions Abu Dhabi Poetry Night
The Forgotten Contributions of Medieval Physicists
Cheltenham Town Hall, Imperial Square, Cheltenham, GL50 1QA
US West Coast Premiere at the world-renowned California Science Center, in Los Angeles 27th May - 31st December 2011
More than 400 teachers from the New York tri-state area attended a special “Open House” at NYSCI, to enjoy a private viewing of the 1001 Inventions exhibition.
A special lecture held by the world renowned historian of science, George Saliba, Professor of Islamic and Arabic Studies at Columbia University, New York.
The Moon has been important to cultures and religions around the world since human societies first arose. We have used it to light our way, tell the time, navigate at sea and chart a course through social and religious life.
Dana decamps to the Science Museum as it opens its doors for an adults-only late-night extravaganza. Come and play in our newest galleries, and have a drink with friends.
How have buildings, past and present, dealt with extreme temperatures? Join architects and historians to look at how different methods, ancient and modern, are used to ensure that buildings are places we can live and work in.