We have a strong media profile with an accumulative reach of over 10 million people through coverage including The New Yorker, VICE and the BBC. Guerilla Science has also featured in a range of academic press publications exploring informal science learning, guerilla science research and more.
“They move people using scientific ideas, with the same emotional colour as theatre or art.”
“Brilliant and surreal… a night I’ll never forget"
“one of many weird and wonderful events transforming how in-the-know twenty and thirty-somethings see science...
“science isn't something we have to stick inside schools and labs - it's a form of culture, and one that all of us can enjoy throughout our lives.”
“The goal is to rekindle a love of science in passers-by.”
“If you’ve not heard of Guerilla Science, it’s all that’s good about interdisciplinary collaborations, bringing art, music, and more together in installations, games festivals and debates across the country.”
“Guerilla Science creates unconventional and eye-opening atmospheres that help more people discover the unimaginable realities science reveals to us and prove once and for all: Science is not boring!”
"There’ll be no need to worry about dinner-table chit-chat, as a bunch of eminent scientists have been invited. Uncovering the brain’s networks and looking at how these relate to creativity; revealing what science can and cannot tell us about consciousness; and hallucinations, delusions and how our minds can deceive us are all up for debate."
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