Assistant Curator Shaz Hussain explores the history of the personal computer to answer the ever important question: why beige?
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.
Meet Creoqode, the tech company that lets you build your very own game console and create the video games to go with it. We speak to them about the new 2048 console.
From old 8-bit classics to the latest shooter, science fiction has never ceased to be a source of inspiration for game developers…
Ahead of moving our clocks forward, we travel back in time to see why Daylight Savings was first introduced.
Throughout history, amulets have been used to heal and protect the body from different evils and illnesses. What can these five objects tell us about their place in medicine?
In celebration of the return of Power UP Assistant Curator, Shaz Hussain takes a look at one of the most popular video game series of all time.
Exhibition Content Developer Khalil Thirlaway takes a look at some of the most influential characters in gaming’s long history.
Contemporary Science Volunteer Thea Waxman explores Bloop, a simple, low-cost medical development used to recycle patients’ blood.
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.