Introducing the first Royal Society Science Exhibition at the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester.
The exhibition is a free, family-friendly festival of cutting-edge science and technology as part of the Manchester Science Festival. Meet the scientists, discover something new and have fun with hands-on activities.
The exhibition is free, suitable for all ages and no tickets required. Come and explore.
What happened at the Big Bang?
An ancient glow is shedding light on the birth of the universe.
Keeping the bloodsuckers out of your bed.
Himalayan glaciers feed rivers that support one fifth of the world’s population, but their future is uncertain.
The complex life of sugars
There’s more to sugar than meets the eye, discover how they can change our lives for the better.
The Gold Rush
Not just a pretty face: how gold could make our industries more efficient.
From ice-cream to magma, the powerful technology giving us eyes to see inside materials in 4D.
Essential oils as antimicrobial agents
Join students to delve deeper into our understanding of essential oils
You're never alone... immune-bacterial interactions in the gut
Friend or foe? Our relationship with the bacteria that call us home.
Why is everything made of matter, when antimatter was once abundant?