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
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
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
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
Guerilla Science and Pratt Institute are launching a paid Artists and Scientists residency program in the U.S. Applications are now open.
Guerilla Science is partnering with Pratt Institute, New York to host a residency for up to 15 artist-scientist collaborations to bring... read more
On Aug 31st, Guerilla Science will host the return of #SensorySpeedDate to NYC. Get to know Carlota Batres, one of our collaborator scientists, in this exclusive Q&A.
Who are you and what do you study?
I’m Carlota Batres and I study the science behind what... read more
On Friday the 13th we’re hosting a very special version of Sensory Speed Dating for the first time in New York. We’ll guide a select group of brave New Yorkers through a series of sensory interactions at a secret location somewhere in Manhattan.
Neuroscientist Heather Berlin and Zach Kopciak (who... read more
This guest blog post is from Ben Graham, Director of Development at Headway East London, a charity that supports survivors of brain injury. Headway members collaborated with food designers Blanch & Shock to develop the menu for Guerilla Science's Brain Banquet in March 2014. Ben... read more