Assistant Curator Margaret Campbell recounts Nobel Prize winner Akira Yoshino’s predication that lithium-ion batteries ‘will play a central role’ in achieving a sustainable society.
Margaret Campbell is an Assistant Curator of Contemporary Science at the Science Museum.
Driverless vehicles use artificial intelligence to guide themselves without human intervention. The Science Museum’s new exhibition, Driverless: Who is in Control? opens today and explores how these technologies could soon influence our lives.
Margaret Campbell explores the science of solving crimes, from the world of CSI to DNA finger prints and forensic chemistry in the real-life judicial system.
As a Dyson prize winning wind turbine goes on display in our Tomorrow’s World gallery, Margaret Campbell discovers how it could be used in built up cities and whether it could help lessen a city’s carbon footprint.