London Go 17th August 2018
Close My Eyes
Calling for it to end its corporate deals with oil giants
Nurses and doctors are "trusted" and "respected"
The latest in the world of scientific research has gone on display at this year's Royal Society summer science exhibition.
A group of Year 8 students from Chingford have today been at Imperial College London, as part of The Bright Ideas Challenge.
Three female London artists have joined together for a series of artworks exploring femininity, mortality and personal journeys.
The Charles Dickens Museum in Westminster is unveiling a new brand new exhibition, showcasing the famous author’s little known passion for science.
A children’s indoor play centre has joined a national campaign, aimed at getting more young people into engineering
Back in 2015 it was announced that a Canadian company was planning to build the world's first space tower.
This weekend thousands of people will take to the capital's streets for the annual Moonwalk
Many Londoners are unaware of how living in a city can affect hayfever
Four artists have created installations with the help of scientists to explore ideas that are vital to human life
Thousands of model engineering enthusiasts arrived at Alexandra Palace for an annual exhibition - part of the government's launch of the Year of Engineering.
The Institution of Civil Engineers are marking their 200th anniversary with a Superhero themed exhibition.
Imperial College London are looking for volunteers.
Interactive event is held at the ExCel Centre.