An award-winning image demonstrating the “pain and torment” of Crohn’s disease is being displayed at Cardiff’s Techniquest as part of a national exhibition.
South Wales self-storage firm Easystore has chosen science discovery centre Techniquest as its charity of the year.
Techniquest has paid tribute to its inspirational founder Professor John Beetlestone, whose vision brought accessible scientific learning to millions of children across Wales.
Sir Isaac Newton was famously sitting under an apple tree, when a falling apple inspired his revolutionary theories about gravity. Today, seeds from that very same apple tree have been collected and are being sent to Techniquest along with other specially selected Science Centres and Science Museums all across the UK.
Children across Wales can unlock their creative spirit at Techniquest this half term as it unveils a new addition to its exhibition floor.
Looking for a Christmas present with a difference? Techniquest, the educational charity in Cardiff Bay, can help!
Nathan Wyburn, the Britain’s Got Talent Finalist and Welsh Fine Art graduate who specialises mostly in creating iconic celebrity portraits with food, will be at Techniquest from Monday 22 to Friday 26 August, as part of our 30th anniversary celebrations.
This year Techniquest is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. We’ve put together a list of 30 reasons why you should visit our popular science discovery centre in Cardiff Bay this summer.
Scientists at Cardiff University have teamed up with Cancer Research UK, Techniquest Science Centre, Health and Care Research Wales and The Wellcome Trust to deliver a fun and challenging day of science and art.
It’s going to be even more mind-boggling at Techniquest this holiday! To celebrate 100 years since the birth of Roald Dahl, Techniquest is running an amazing new show, Splendiferous Science, inspired by the spectacular work of the Cardiff-born author.