Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have achieved the first ever flight of a heavier-than-air aircraft which has no moving parts.
After a hugely successful tour of the UK alongside the Soyuz TMA-19M, Tim Peake’s Sokol spacesuit is set to land at the National Space Centre in Leicester next summer.
The spacesuit worn by the first Briton in space, Helen Sharman, goes back on display in our Exploring Space Gallery.
We take a close up look at the history of two of the last Imperial Fabergé Easter Eggs ever to be made, currently on display in The Last Tsar: Blood and Revolution.
The Science Museum Group this week launched its Academy, a major initiative to tackle the skills shortage in STEM fields and ignite the curiosity of the next generation.
Hear from up-and-coming Brazilian artist Rafael Alonso about his piece ‘Very Nice’, the new artwork for The Sun: Living With Our Star.
To celebrate Antarctica Live at the Science Museum, we speak to award-winning choreographer Corey Baker about his trip to the coldest, driest, windiest place on Earth to film Antarctica: The First Dance.
Today we celebrated the launch of our new exhibition IVF: 6 Million Babies Later.
Nobel prize-winners, authors and editors aplenty attended the annual Scientists meet the Media party in the Royal Society last night, 26 years since the very first gathering.
Exploring the future of machines at the Director’s Annual Dinner.