Invisible Dust

London | Wednesday 16 January
Pollution level: Moderate

Invisible Dust at the 2013 British Science Festival


Image courtesy of the 2013 British Science Festival

In September 2013, Invisible Dust will be part of the seventh annual British Science Festival, to be held in Newcastle upon Tyne.

The British Science Festival is Europe’s largest science event, with more than 350 of the UK’s top scientists and science organisations discussing the latest developments in their work, and around 10,000 people attending the event every year. Invisible Dust plans to present artworks through artists collaborating with scientists at the Tyndall Centre Newcastle and Northumbria University.  Our programme with the Woodhorn Museum, a museum on coal mining near Ashington has been selected as a schools satellite for 800 children to learn about the Ice Age, formation of coal and climate change during the festival.

Newcastle University has launched a regional campaign, “Ideas Take Flight,” inviting the public to help shape the festival by sharing thoughts, questions, and ideas they would like addressed by September.

For more information ab0ut the festival, or to make your own voice heard, visit




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