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The Scottish Highlands are set to become the hub for British space travel, a sector which could be worth an estimated £3.8bn (US$5bn, €4.3bn) to ... More
Michael Mercadante, president of Massachusetts-based experience design firm Main Street Design, will lead the Themed Entertainment Association as its new president from November this year. ... More
An 18th-century restaurant and cafe in Venice’s historic St Mark’s Square has reopened following a major restoration overseen by Philippe Starck. The Michelin-starred Quadri, owned ... More
David Adjaye will speak on a panel at the thirteenth annual Design Miami international design fair this afternoon (6 December). The panel, entitled 'Rethinking the ... More
The last Concorde to ever take flight has a £19m (US$25m, €21.2m) new home following the launch of Aerospace Bristol – a museum created to ... More
David Willrich, president of the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA), wants build on the organisation’s success in Europe, the Middle East and Asia, with plans to ... More
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Sport England has committed £40m (US$49.8m, €46.2m) to support parents on low incomes implement regular physical activity within family life. According to the grassroots sport ... More
The National Media Museum in Bradford, UK, is changing its name as part of a major revamp to demonstrate a new focus on science. The ... More
Facebook has named Hugo Barra its vice president of virtual reality, with the Brazilian tech wizard and entrepreneur to head up the company’s Oculus programme. ... More
The number of people working in the sport sector has surged by almost 10 per cent since London 2012, according to government statistics. In 2015, ... More
The success experienced by Team GB’s gymnastic squad at the Rio 2016 Olympics has contributed to further growth in grassroots participants. Recreational club participation grew ... More
Taking place between 4-5 May, the TEA conference will bring together industry professionals, academics, attractions operators and owners to discuss a number of topics surrounding ... More
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The Walt Disney Company failed to meet estimates in several key areas in its last quarter of 2016, but broke records on the revenue and ... More
Two architecture studios hope to show how remote heritage sites can be served by ‘satellite’ visitor centres through their own design for a tourist hub ... More
The soon-to-be president of the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) wants to grow the body's burgeoning membership base further by increasing its offerings and programmes. David ... More
David Willrich is to succeed Steve Birket as president of the Themed Entertainment Association (TEA) following a unanimous decision by the body’s board for him ... More
A fourth public consultation is underway to determine the masterplan design of west London’s Old Oak and Park Royal Common; the UK’s largest regeneration project. ... More
Restaurants of the future could look a lot lighter because of Dutch architects MVRDV’s latest creation: a fully transparent glass kitchen. The installation, called Infinity ... More
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As the virtual reality market continues to hot up, Facebook has hired a dedicated team of experts based in London as Mark Zuckerberg aims to ... More
Making yourself red at the gym is one of the best ways to avoid feeling blue, according to new research which suggests exercise helps boost ... More
While the Smithsonian is stalling on plans to move to London’s Olympicopolis site, the British Museum is looking at the possibility of a satellite site ... More
Both London’s Science Museum and Natural History Museum have confirmed they are in preliminary discussions about opening satellite sites as part of the multi-billion pound ... More
The brain’s capacity to learn, remember and repair depends on the ability of neurons to change with experience – a complex process that researchers say ... More
A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to harness the “huge transportation capacity” of London’s Thames River to create a floating cycle highway running through the ... More
Visitors to Glasgow Science Centre can now enjoy a new addition to the institution – Scotland’s first fulldome digital planetarium, which opened its doors to ... More
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