Calling all artists and scientists! Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute are inviting applications to take part in a paid residency program in the U.S. Apply now!
Guerilla Science and the Pratt Institute in New York are once again hosting a residency for up to 15... read more
Is sugar naughty or nice? In December 2017, we created a very special winter pop-up, exploring all things sweet. Sweet Shoppe featured a diverse programme of sugary installations and activities, including a titillating adults-only experience...
The Sweet Shoppe pop-up that... read more
Sleep is as essential to our bodies as eating, drinking, and breathing. This month, neuroscientist Rachel Williams returns to host a sleepy tea making session at the Book Club in London exploring the history of sleep-inducing herbs and medicine. She tells us how we might add zzzs to our... read more
From a canapé of delectable crickets, a cabaret of intergalactic proportions, busking in Times Square, and more. The Guerilla Science team share some of our favourite moments from the past year as we ready ourselves for our tenth year of bringing science to unusual... read more
This summer at the Secret Garden Party festival, we invited Andrew Kuh from the UK Space Agency and yoga teacher Gemma Hart to co-host our second year of Space Yoga at music festivals. We spoke to Andrew about his experience.
GS: What do you do and how long have you been with the UK... read more
Pluto, the celestial body formerly known as a planet, is the most beloved—and controversial—space vacation destination in the solar system. Though it has lost its prominence in the pecking order of space objects, Pluto is still— and always will be—the same celebrated getaway spot favored... read more
In the age of digital information overload and with outrageous claims flying around, knowing the difference between fact and fiction is becoming tricky. To help unpick these we ran a Fake News pub quiz at The Book Club in Shoreditch. Aided and abetted by political psychologist Keith O’Brien... read more
We held a series of debates at the Secret Garden Party festival that explored the neuroscience behind politics, the psychology of celebrities, and what we know about consciousness science. Luke Muscutt facilitated the discussions - he summarises what we learned about ourselves, each-other and the... read more
On August 2017, we descended upon the desert of Black Rock City after our incredible experience at Oregon Eclipse. For our first trip to Burning Man, we joined The Phage Camp to celebrate art, music, and radical self-reliance. Visitors sampled from our menu of edible... read more
This summer at the Secret Garden Party festival, we invited sensory neuroscientist Ed Bracey and contemporary artist Stephanie Bickford-Smith to collaborate with us on a new psychedelic life drawing event that explored brain diversity and perceptual phenomena.
Our senses allow us to... read more