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  • December 1, 2016

    John Keats statue on Guy's Campus given the gift of speech

    Tom Jordan, wins our Talking Statues competition to give John Keats statue a voiceBorn in Moorgate in 1795, surgeon-apothecary turned poet, John Keats, trained at Guy's Hospital. A statue of Keats, which sits on a bench on King's College London's Guy's Campus in a garden overlooked by Science Gallery London, became the subject for our MOUTHY...

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  • November 17, 2016

    Submit a proposal for our first cross-network season 'BLOOD'

    Inspired by the 2015 exhibition at Science Gallery Dublin, BLOOD will be the first cross-network season running across both Science Gallery sites in London and Melbourne between June and October 2017. Blood is essential for life, both medically and metaphorically. From ritual to research, artistic medium to biological fluid, BLOOD will evoke ideas that...

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    October 19, 2016

    #EyeHack: a Science Gallery London Hackathon

    Join us for #EyeHack and get creative with the mechanisms of human and non-human vision  Calling all creatives, coders and designers! Science Gallery London has teamed up with augmented reality guru Blippar, local creative venue Ugly Duck and the Entrepreneurship Institute at King’s College London to run a one-day hackathon exploring vision and perception....

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