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Images for Cassini’s first pass through the gap between the rings...

Images (above) for Cassini's first pass through the rings of Saturn have been successfully beamed back to Earth and they look incredible. With the...

Robot Wars reboot coming to BBC 2 in 2016

While we've got a healthy Terminator, I, Robot and Humans inspired concern for sentience, over intelligence and self reproduction in robotics, we've also got an equally unhealthy...

Heston’s Space Food comes to Channel 4

Where do you go when you've already pushed your passion to the very extremes of their potential here on earth? For science boffin chef...

The Martian (2015) review

As with all Ridley Scott movies there was a lot of hype and anticipation ahead of the release of his latest outer space adventure,...

Doctor Who Series 9, Episode 4: Before The Flood review

While it's not quite as epic as the first half of the two part story, Before The Flood does a good job of tying it...

Photograph 51 comes to the Noël Coward Theatre, starring Nicole Kidman

It's always interesting to see big name Hollywood stars taking to the boards of the theatre stage, and the latest entrant is Nicole Kidman...

Interstellar review

As sci-fi and science geeks alike we were always going to give a relatively positive review of Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, but the truth is...

Professor Brian Cox’s Human Universe review

Professor Brian Cox returned to the BBC for autumn 2014 in a new documentary called Human Universe, giving his evolving series even more anthropological...

A Piece of the Sun: The Quest for Fusion Energy (Hardback)...

Energy production is a massive topic all by itself and has been for a long time, but it becomes even more tricky when you...

John Gribbin Computing With Quantum Cats paperback

Moore's Law hasn't exactly made it easy for computer hardware developers with the observation that transistor counts on integrated circuits doubles approximately every two...
Russia's Space Quest Exhbition at the Science Museum, featuring information about their work on the International Space Station (pictured)

Russia’s Space Quest exhibition planned for the Science Museum

Russian scientists, engineers and pilots have been involved in our initial forays into space exploration right from the very beginning of the space race,...

Channel 4 announce Live from Space season

Channel 4 are about to boldly go where no UK television station has gone before, taking one small step for TV and one giant...

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