Contemporary Science Volunteer Thea Waxman explores Bloop, a simple, low-cost medical development used to recycle patients’ blood.
A number of guest authors, from scientists to artists, contribute to our blog, taking you behind the scenes, exploring the incredible objects in our collection, our award-winning exhibitions and the scientific achievements making headlines today.
Dr. Sebastian Weidt explores a new TW live event at the Science Museum.
Rahaab Allana, Consulting Curator for Illuminating India: Photography 1857-2017, expresses his point of view.
Contemporary Science Research Volunteer, Claudia Cook looks at how we can harness light from the Sun to create medicine.
Sarah Gaunt celebrates innovations that have revolutionised the way we see and capture the world around us.
Dr Abdul Ghafur explored the future of antibiotic resistance at the Science Museum Illuminating India Lates
Contemporary Science Volunteer Giulia Delprato talks about the latest development in burns treatment, SkinGun.
In our latest Live Science experiment researchers from Middlesex University are investigating the relationship between awareness of our own actions and empathy with others.
Before they go on display, our objects undergo thorough checks and sometimes require repairs. HLF Conservation Intern, Matt Walker, talks us through the process of repairing one such object.
To celebrate the return of our hands-on gaming event, Power UP, one of our ambassadors explores five key turning points in gaming history.
Simonetta Di Pippo, Director of UNOOSA, explains the history and importance of the Outer Space Treaty
Dr. Merina Su continues the conversation in the heated debate about whether brain training games actually work.