We round up the gadgets and gizmos that are getting us excited this month...
Microsoft's holographic computing platform could revolutionise the way you interact with the world around you. Daniel Bennett finds out more.
The Giroptic 360cam bills itself as the world's first 360-degree HD camera. Could this be the ultimate selfie cam? Dan Bennett finds outs...
Plymouth University's 10th annual Contemporary Music Festival was a captivating fusion of science and art.
From robotic racers to intelligent bricks, we look at the three most exciting technologies at this year's New York Toy Fair.
Smartwatches are getting smarter all the time. Paul Lamkin straps on four of the latest models…
We take a first look at Anki Overdrive - an update to the innovative battle-racing game that introduces a customisable track for its robotic supercars.
Could Toyota's new hydrogen fuel cell car be the future of motoring? Dan Bennett investigates...
Gadget Show Live Preview
Here's a sneak preview of some of the exciting tech and accessories which will be exhibiting in April 2015
Education guide 2015
A round-up of some of the postgraduate and short courses available in science subjects
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Science of Sound 2015
The Latest In Sound And Technology.
The Astronomers Retailer Guide
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Science Festival Guide 2015
A pick of the best science festivals across the UK
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