Manchester Science Festival (MSF) which is produced by the Science and Industry Museum, is returning digitally this month. The festival
Forget football, something else has come home… Stephenson’s Rocket back in town after 180 years of hurt
Stephenson’s Rocket has come home to Manchester after being away from the city for 180 years.
The event on the first floor of MOSI’s Great Western Warehouse gives more than 350 people at a time the chance to test out 160-plus consoles, spanning the last 40 years of gaming history.
For the third year running, gaming extravaganza Power Up! is back at the Museum of Science and Industry to celebrate the last 40 years of video games.
Child abuse sufferer delivers moving speech during Action for Children’s ‘Byte Night’ sleep out in Manchester
Over 150 people swapped the warmth of their beds for the cold floors outside the Museum of Science and Industry.
The parade will start from the Museum of Science and Industry and enter the Liverpool Road junction of Deansgate around 4:30pm where it will then continue for an hour before finally finishing at Albert Square.
From adult-only ball pools to musings on food, Manchester’s Science Festival is sure to be a hit with locals, with 170 events set to be held between October 22 and November 1.
George Osborne has announced that £3million will be invested in an exhibition space at the Museum of Science and Industry ‘to inspire generations of scientists and engineers’.
A London Fashion Week designer joined 60 youngsters and students from across Manchester to celebrate recycled fashion last night at the Museum of Science and Industry.
Battlestar Cash-lactica! FilmHub North West lands £50,000 funding payday for Manchester sci-fi season
Film Hub North West has secured a massive £51,100 grant from the British Film Institute (BFI) to take part in Sci-Fi: Days of Fear and Wonder season this autumn.
Pedal power: Forget the Tour de France, visit Manchester’s MOSI to find out about the birth of cycling in Britain
While the recent thrills and spills of the Tour de France passing through northern England got cycling fans excited, to truly appreciate the sport head to the Museum of Science and Industry from July 19-March 1 next year for ‘Pedal Power’.