Science and Industry Museum

By Gabriella Ross

The Science and Industry Museum plays a huge role in educating all ages and this year have put a particularly important focus on climate change. The museum's festival, Manchester Science Festival,  this year their theme of our changing climate and ideas for a better world. Also introducing the category Climate Change category for the first time to their collaboration with the RHS Science Photographer of the Year awards. 

The Manchester Science festival from Science and Industry Museum has included a wide range of events all available here

Science Photographer of the Year
The Science and Industry Museum presents Royal Photographic Society’s Science Photographer of the Year available to audiences to enjoy online until 2 May.
Bringing together science, climate and art in a stunning showcase of images, this online exhibition features the winning and stand-out entries to the Royal Photographic Society's prestigious Science Photographer of the Year competition.

Winners have been chosen for Science Photographer of the Year (General Science)Young Science Photographer of the Year (General Science)Science Photographer of the Year (Climate Change)Young Science Photographer of the Year (Climate Change) all can be viewed here alongside 75 shortlisted and stand-out photographs in this captivating visual art experience that digitally showcases the global story of climate change and unveils how science, technology and engineering are addressing this urgent issue. Through this stunning digital display, audiences are challenged to see climate change through a different lens. The winners were chosen from over 1,000 entries submitted for free by both amateur and professional photographers.

Other events included in the Manchester Science Festival with infomation still available online include Transport: How Can I be a Good Citizen of the World? &  Earth, but not as we know it: Lovelock’s legacy and our future.