Invisible Dust

London | Monday 1 May
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Bitter cold continues in Britain


25/03/2013

Snow in March isn’t so uncommon in the UK, but Great Britain is once again facing extreme floods this...

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Monarch Butterfly Migration Lowest in Decades


19/03/2013

Another, more delicate consequence of global warming: the Mexican government and conservation groups have reported that extreme weather in...

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Invisible Dust at Big Bang Art Fair


14/03/2013

Invisible Dust Artist Effie Coe, in collaboration with King’s College scientists, will be presenting our ink breath drawing workshops...

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Phil Coy


14/03/2013
Façade (2010)

Phil Coy was born in Gloucester in 1971. He grew up in the Forest of Dean, Birmingham and Norfolk....

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Mariele Neudecker is Lead Artist for HOUSE 2013, Brighton Festival


14/03/2013

Invisible Dust artist Mariele Neudecker has been co-commissioned by HOUSE 2013 as part of the Brighton Festival to present...

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Solar Panels Becoming More Affordable


12/03/2013

Here’s some interesting news: in 2012, the worldwide use of renewable energy soared. This includes energy derived from wind,...

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Dr Claire Walsh


07/03/2013
Dr Claire Walsh

Dr Claire Walsh is a research associate in the School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences at Newcastle University and...

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This Week is Climate Week


07/03/2013

This week is Climate Week! Climate Week is Britain’s biggest climate change campaign, with a more than 3,000 events...

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Plans to use the Red Sea to replenish the shrinking Dead Sea


01/03/2013

According to a report commissioned by the World Bank, the Dead Sea water level has been declining at a...

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