Digital weekday magazine featuring articles at the boundaries between science and culture.
Association for Science and Discovery Centres
Represents science centres in the UK and discovery centres in museums, zoos and similar institutions. Provides extensive information on funding, events, travelling exhibitions, centres and teaching resources.
British Science Association
Exists to advance public understanding, accessibility and accountability of the sciences and engineering in the UK. Includes details of events, their science in society programmes, and their regional and branch network.
An informal network across the UK where people meet to explore the latest ideas in science and technology. Includes venues, background on the scheme, contacts and news, and how to start such a group.
Centre of the Cell
An educational charity running a science education centre in London; also provides outreach work, and an online resource with an extensive range of materials and interactive resources about the human cell.
The Charles Darwin Trust
Works to enhance understanding of Darwin's historical and contemporary significance, and to promote excellence in science education. Includes news, events, contacts, and a guide to their projects and programmes for schools.
CIRS - Centre for Innovation in Regulatory Science
Brings together the international pharmaceutical industry, regulatory authorities and academics to develop and promote regulatory policy, requirements and approval procedures; with a calendar of activities, membership, and details of publications and initiatives.
An adult-only venue in The Science Museum's Dana Centre that offers opportunities to explore issues in contemporary science through dialogue, performance and art; includes a programme, and a blog.
The Great Debate
Organises courses, workshops, seminars and public discussions on a variety of topics on scientific and social issues, at venues around the North East of England; includes a calendar, articles and reviews, and contacts.
Joint initiative between the Science Museum, the National Railway Museum and the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, offering insights into the place where science and culture meet.
Inside DNA: A Genomic Revolution
Information about a touring exhibition to raise public understanding of molecular genetics and related sciences; includes dates and venues, extensive background material, and resources to download for teachers and students.
Institute of Science in Society
Non profit organization which focuses on making science accessible to society. Includes latest updates and recommended publications.
A weekly general medical journal; includes news, features, with an article archive organised by speciality, clinical resources, and a careers section.
Charitable non-partisan science policy foundation, which aims to bridge the gap between scientists and policy makers.
Once Upon a Universe
A collaborative project between writers, scientists and performers to develop and communicate stories about the origins of the universe.
Oxford Martin School
University of Oxford interdisciplinary research initiative addressing key global future challenges. Contains podcasts, video clips, publications database and list of public events.
People in Research
Supports public involvement in clinical research, with resources for people who want to get involved, and for research organisations/researchers looking for members of the public; includes advice and guidance, and a list of current opportunities.
The UK arm of the Pugwash Conferences on Science and World Affairs, an international network of scientists concerned about the social impact of science, and abolishing weapons of mass destruction and war; with details of membership, meetings and events, publications, and contacts.
Sciencewise Expert Resource Centre
Co-funds and advises government departments in commissioning public dialogue initiatives in science. Includes newsletters, case studies and extensive documentation on current and past public dialogues.
Sense About Science
Independent charity promoting good science and evidence in public debate; includes a collection of briefing papers, and scientific responses to the abuse of science in the media.
Nottingham Science City project which presents a host of small films featuring real scientists doing real work.
The Travelling Scholars
An initiative of the Moray and Highland Branch of the British Science Association, bringing speakers on a range of science topics and issues to communities in the north of Scotland. Includes a library of background information and stimulation.
Women in Science
Features interviews with 39 women scientists working at Oxford University in a variety of capacities. Aims to inspire young women and to discuss issues which might be of concern to them.
The Yorkshire Philosophical Society
Established to promote interest in the natural sciences, archaeology and antiquities, and technological development; includes their lecture programme, events, and publications, with contacts and newsletters.