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Science and Media Museum

Lates: Senses

Try something new, do something different!

Lates: SENSES

Friday 14 July 2017, 18.30–21.30

Unlock the power of your senses! Join a sensory explosion as we reveal how everyone senses the world differently. How do we extend our senses with the help of science and technology? Can substitution technologies replace or redirect missing senses? 

This Lates will accompany the launch of Bradford Science Festival and the opening of our summer exhibition, Supersenses—you’ll have an exclusive opportunity to explore the exhibition before anyone else.

About Lates

For one night only, four times a year, we work with scientists and artists from all over the UK to bring brilliant minds together, creating a night out unlike any other. Our adults-only Lates events are upbeat and energetic: there's loads of stuff to do, from live experiments to exclusive talks.

Listen to music, have a laugh and get involved in our unique and creative activities. Then grab some food in our café or a drink in the bar, meet new people and share stories.

Lates is a free event, but booking is recommended, and donations are welcome.

Lates events are suitable for ages 18+.

Filming and photography will take place throughout this event.

  • - 21.30 available
  • - 21.30 available
  • - 21.30 available

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Upcoming Lates

Lates: Space

Thursday 28 September 2017

See the spacecraft that took British astronaut Tim Peake to and from the ISS! The Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft orbited Earth for six months, travelled around 74 million miles and housed more than 30 experiments. We'll learn more about Mission Principia and explore how satellite technology can help us to see and hear into the unknown.

Lates: Gaming

Thursday 9 November 2017

Join the Gaming for Good Movement! After the success of its first year, the Yorkshire Games Festival returns with its very first Lates. From healthcare and rehabilitation, to online shopping and road safety, there’s now an app for almost everything—discover how technology and gaming impact our everyday lives.