From SuperCulture series at The Book Club, to the colourful fields of Shambala and the erotic evenings of Queer Attraction Lab, 2018 was a busy year for Viren Swami. We chatted to him about his most memorable experiences as a Guerilla Scientist.
GS: How did... read more
Rachel Williams, neuroscience PhD student and producer of our London-based Queer Attraction Lab events, discusses why she thinks the project is important.
GS: What made you want to get involved with the project?
Rachel: I’ve hosted Attraction Lab events in the... read more
Katharine Round, documentary filmmaker and producer, reflects on her fascination with how we interpret consciousness and what she discovered from devising Escape to Reality, our film installation shown at FutureFest this summer.
I’ve... read more
ShayShay joined us at The Glory, where they hosted the launch of Queer Attraction Lab. Drag artist, empowering queer activist and creator of The ShayShay Show, we chatted with ShayShay on all things from queer relationships to sexy blindfolded tests.
Want to see... read more
Future of food researcher Marco Springmann and neuroscientist Rachel Williams joined us at StreetLife October to teleport our taste buds to a meal table of tomorrow. They tell us about the environmental importance of food and share their ideal futuristic feasts.
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On a summery Sunday in July we planted ourselves in Well Street Common in Hackney, ready to tickle taste buds in our Flavour Feast booth. Visitors sampled from a menu of edible demonstrations unveiling how all our senses contribute to flavour. Hear from Flavour Feast chef, Hana Ayoob, how... read more
Yoga enthusiast Charlie Ely took part in our Space Yoga class at the Book Club in East London in May. She discusses her thoughts on the cosmic experience of combining yoga with interstellar travel. Thanks to Charlie for stretching and sharing!
Practising yoga and pondering space... 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
In this guest blog, director Carla MacKinnon shares how her struggles with sleep paralysis inspired her to work with scientists and communicate their research through film. She will join us at the Book Club for Fright Night, an evening exploring sleep paralysis, nightmares and lucid... read more
This summer Guerilla Science hired a spectacular festival intern (paid, mind you). Rachel Williams, a PhD student in developmental neurobiology at King's College London, tells us about her experience developing and hosting the social media assault course for the final the Secret Garden... read more