Leap into Pacific City: Argos brings the world of Crackdown 3 to life with 3D art

To celebrate this week’s highly anticipated launch of Crackdown 3, leading video gaming retailer Argos is creating a piece of interactive art to transport fans into the game’s Pacific City. The 3D artwork, by artists 3D Joe and Max, will be displayed outside the Old Street Argos store in London this Friday, offering gamers the … Continue reading Leap into Pacific City: Argos brings the world of Crackdown 3 to life with 3D art

London Bookshop Crawl

The London Bookshop Crawl is back for its fourth year and is bigger and better than ever! For a weekend in February join book lovers across London as we explore 80 of the capital's wonderful bookshops, many of whom will be offering bookshop crawl exclusive discounts, freebies and other special things. Participation in the bookshop … Continue reading London Bookshop Crawl

Debugging the human brain

Summary Over a billion people suffer from a brain disorder, few of which are well-treated by existing drugs or devices. A key problem is that the brain is a complex, densely wired circuit made out of neurons, varying in shape, biomolecular composition, and patterns of connectivity. Pinpointing how to treat brain disorders demands better maps … Continue reading Debugging the human brain

The Peter Pan Cup

Watch them swim like Peter Pan on Christmas Day. The Sepentine Swimming Club are going to have a jolly race of 100-yards or 91 metre  right on Christmas Day. The London's Hyde Park on Christmas morning since 1864 to compete in the Christmas Day Swim. Taking the gold medal on that year was H.Coulter. The … Continue reading The Peter Pan Cup