Curiouser and curiouser!
We The Curious is an idea and a place for everyone.
We're all about asking questions, getting creative and testing things out. Science is collaborative, living and a vital part of culture.
Curiosity is the engine that drives both artistic and scientific enquiry. It’s something we are all born with.
It is the seed for beautiful questions that lead to deep learning and new discoveries.
So we need to empower everyone to keep asking questions, and have a voice in shaping our collective futures.
Want to know more?
If you'd like to read a little bit more about why we're curious, and what we're all about, then take a look at these articles and talks by Anna Starkey, our Creative Director:
How Cats Killed Curiosity - And Why We Need To Bring It Back - Huffington Post
The Importance of Curiosity (Podcast) - Curiosity
DO (NOT) PRESS - How and Why We All Need to Stay Curious - TEDxBristol
And also, from Antonia Forster, a member of the Live Science Team and Planetarium Team:
LGBTQ+ and Polyamory in Animals: Yes, It's Natural - TEDxBristol
(Image credit: Daniel Watkiss)