The Science of Sleep

Einstein's theory of relativity voted greatest idea ever inspired by sleep....

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One Woman and Her Dog: Rex

Gabriela Cowperthwaite makes her debut narrative feature with Rex, a biographical film based upon real-life US Marine corporal veteran Megan Leavey....

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Do We Understand Modernism? We Better!

Modernism is in the news because as it turns out not that many people ever really got it! Since we have long since left this epoch behind and since its exerts such an influence maybe we should make...

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Sinicisation, Making The World In China

Remaking the world in China. Its long been thought that our products would change China but it seems China is not so ready to be co-opted! our products and brands are easily transformed through...

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Feminist Internet, Art that Strategises Change

Feminist Internet is a future-focused collective made up of artists and designers who aim to create an equal and just internet for all. Find out about their activities here!...

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Bring back my old jeans, pop-nostalgia and Elan Noon

Napinco encounters songwriter Keenan Mitag-Degala's project Elan Noon and new album 'Have A Spirit Filled'....

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Loitered Lens: Demented Are Go

Welsh Psychobillies Demented Are Go inflict themselves upon Watford's Old Brewery for another evening of ill-mannered disarray....

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Humans and Fruit Flies Hit Snooze Button in Synch

Fruit Flies Create Buzz Around Body Clock Research....

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Cut and Colour: Siobhan Coen at Zabludowicz Collection

A kaleidoscope of sound and colour arrests the viewer: Siobhan Coen at Zabludowicz Collection. ...

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Boris Johnson – the blonde bomb site returns

It's perhaps too easy to mock Boris Johnson. And yet he remains an ominous symptom of a society in decline....

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MUBI Gifts Free Subscriptions to the Filmmakers of Tomorrow

In association with CILECT and with the support of Creative Europe, film students and teachers worldwide will be able to access MUBI at no cost. ...

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Anatomies of Society: Yi Yi

Widely regarded as one of the 21st century’s greatest films, Edward Yang’s multi-award-winning Yi Yi is a beautiful portrait of family life across three generations....

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Study Proves People Congeal Over Time!

A study from NASA has shocked people by showing that life and education contribute to the death of creativity in children, creativity which is essential to our race, and is difficult to win back once...

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Cynical Realism & The New Chinese Middle Class

Cynical Chinese art makes liberal westerners feel good but what will we make of the new proud Chinese middle class?...

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Frank Turner brings punk to the folk-core (or vice versa)

Contemporary Folk-Punk troubadour Frank Turner's Hardcore alter-ego Möngöl Hörde knock London's Scala down a couple of pegs....

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Scientist Sheds New Light on Origins of Personality

Scientist explores the origins and shaping of personality through basic human needs....

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Hundreds of Westminster seats effectively men-only

Gender equality in Parliament is held back by Westminster’s voting system, according to new research by the Electoral Reform Society. ...

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Web Porn: The War on W*nk

Plans to restrict Web Porn is more informed by humbug than serious debates, and reflects a deeper social dysfunction....

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Being Blacker: Racism in Modern Britain

Molly Dineen's first documentary in 10 years is a portrait of the challenges of being black in modern Britain....

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Tearing Up Social Mores: The Party

A deliciously bitey satire on bourgeois pretensions, The Party is a reflection on the stage of politics. ...

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Decolonising Higher Education, But What Does it Mean?

Is decolonising higher education a good thing? and what does it mean? find out more here....

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China/Art/Soft Power: speak softly and carry a big stick!

China is developing its soft power portfolio; state propaganda, Confucius institutes, strategic investment and of course, art. ...

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Ramblin’ Man Fair Announce Second Headliner!

Mott The Hoople added to an already stellar lineup for the 30th June/1st July event...

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‘Black Book’ Gideon Rubin at Freud Museum

Gideon Rubin's show 'Black Book' recalls the horror of the Nazi machine and helps us to reflect on that horror in the home of Sigmund Freud who managed to survive occupation. ...

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Hollywood Undead (Live Review)

Hollywood Undead launched into the lights at Camden's Koko 2018...

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In Search of Selfhood: Eddie Peake at White Cube

Artist Eddie Peake's autobiographical new exhibition at White Cube....

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Deep Brain Exploration with Nanomaterial

Nanoparticles offer new solutions to deep-brain exploration. ...

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Operation: Mindcrime (Live Review)

To Queensrÿche without Geoff Tate or to Geoff Tate without Queensrÿche? Operation: Mindframe celebrate 30 years of their namesake album....

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‘Is That Funny?’ Comedy and Politics

Across the globe, the line between Comedy and Politics is growing ever more blurred. This event discusses the implications, and the punchlines, that result....

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SOTU 2018: Donald Trump Colonises America

Donald Trump's State of the Union speech last week revealed many things and (surprise) more than a few echoes of colonialism....

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