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Will Stanley is the Collection Communication Manager for the Science Museum Group. His job is finding and sharing interesting stories from the vast Science Museum Group collection.
A new film series – Stories From The Stores – goes behind the scenes with our curators to uncover fascinating stories from across the Science Museum Group collection.
Discover a new way to explore the vast Science Museum Group collection.
As the 2018 FIFA World Cup kicks off, we decided to mark the occasion with our very own #WorldCupOfObjects.
Will Stanley describes the launch of the Science Museum’s latest exhibition, Superbugs: The Fight For Our Lives.
On Monday 21 August 2017, a solar eclipse was visible across most of the United States for the first time in a century. To celebrate, curator Ali Boyle shared a short history of eclipses and a few favourite objects from our collection.
The Science Museum has joined Google Arts & Culture, enabling people across the world to experience the museum in Google Street View for the first time.
On 15 June 2017 we’re inviting BBC Two’s cameras inside the Science Museum Group’s vast stores to celebrate our amazing objects and incredible stories of invention in a 90-minute live broadcast. Britain’s Greatest Invention, presented by Dr Hannah Fry and automotive engineer Ant Anstead, will celebrate Britain’s impact on seven remarkable inventions (concrete, the steam engine, jet engine, fridge, mobile phone, television and antibiotics) and explore behind the scenes with our curators. Battling it out in front of a live […]
More than 10,000 people gathered outside the Science Museum on Saturday to join a global celebration of science.
This week (17 August) we celebrated an incredible autumn of culture in the capital with the official launch of London’s Autumn Season.
Last year we invited Professor Brian Cox and Robin Ince (and their puppet counterparts) into the Museum to film a brand new 6 episode mini series, The Quest For Wonder.
Astronauts can grow up to 7cm as their spines lengthen in the weightlessness of space. The SkinSuit aims to counteract this by squeezing the body from the shoulders to the feet.