Discovering Killer Plants with Dr Chris Thorogood

15 October 2018

How did nineteenth century scientists and writers make sense of carnivorous plants? Where is the line between fact and fiction? How does a carnivorous plant work? Dr. Chris Thorogood of Oxford University’s Botanic Garden answers these questions and more in this mini-documentary!

Filmed & Edited by: Dr Kira Allmann


An Interview with Sydney Padua (ConSciCom Animator-in-Residence)

16 October 2017

The Contagion Cabaret (Trailer)

20 June 2017

Connecting with the Crowd Conference (Natural History Museum, London)

16 June 2017

Magic Lantern and Science Workshop

17 March 2017

International Women’s Day

8 March 2017

In the history of citizen contributions to science, many ordinary people are overlooked. Women, in particular, are often excluded from the historical record. Watch our video for International Women’s Day to learn about a few important contributions from women in the fields of astronomy and medicine.

Science and the Victorian Public: A Magic Lantern Performance

4 January 2017

Being Human Festival

17 November 2016

People-Powered Medicine

7 May 2016

Public Health and Private Pain: A Night of Medical History and Drama
People Power at the Oxford Museum of the History of Science

December 2014