NEWSFLASH! We are thrilled to announce that Guerilla Science has received a £500k Sustaining Excellence Award.
The Wellcome Trust Sustaining Excellence Award will enable Guerilla Science to deliver our mission - science for all - and to create a world in... read more
We are delighted to announce that the Simons Foundation has awarded Guerilla Science a $1.25 million grant to revolutionize how people everywhere, see, experience and understand science.
Guerilla Science is about to take America by storm! Starting January 2016, the read more
This guest blog post is from Matthew Duckett, a Guerilla Science collaborator and structural engineer with Buro Happold. Matt and his colleagues worked with us to build the Fire Organ, a flaming tower of awesomeness that's touring the UK throughout summer and autumn 2015.
My first... read more
This summer sees our first foray to one of England's loveliest festivals, Shambala!
Join us August 23-27 on the August Bank Holiday Weekend at a stunning secret location in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside as we explore your anatomy, hack an orchestra and take the hunt for the Higgs to... read more
We’re very excited to be heading to the Isle of Wight this September for our very first Bestival. We’ll be presenting three days of events - details listed below!
11:00 Where are all the Cyborgs? Sarah Sydney
If sci-fi’s anything to go by, bionic people should have been walking... read more
How long can you last without washing? Could you endure 40 days? What if there were a sweet prize at the end - say, a ticket to the Secret Garden Party?
We cordially invite all with a partiality for putridity to join us as we investigate what it means to be dirty and attempt to last... read more
We follow neuroscientist Adrian Owen's gadabouts through the Secret Garden Party in July 2010 - from raves to our secret island hideaway to - with a handy Sensecam, a nifty device that takes a photograph every few seconds to create a continuous record of all his... read more
A guest post by cosmologist Andrew Pontzen, on his experience with us at the Green Man festival in Wales.
I’d like to begin by thanking a cafe in Cambridge. It lends, free of charge, umbrellas to its patrons. Not just any umbrellas: these are the kind of ten-feet-wide... read more
This summer I learnt many new skills: how to be a judge, build an island, cook pannacotta. But perhaps the strangest task I got to grips with was the creation of alarmingly-coloured spaghetti and 'caviar' out of agar and pureed vegetables.
Making gelatinous green beads and red... read more
"I don't believe your favourite film's Inception - that is definitely a lie!"
Accusations and deceit were on the cards at our Liars' Picnic in the Green Man yurt tent last weekend. Lynsey Gozna and Rachel Taylor, both psychologists who study deception, joined us to speak about what the... read more