As a new display featuring a model of a red blood cell showing abnormalities goes on display in Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries, research fellow Shelley Angelie Saggar explores how Thalassemia has been perceived culturally throughout history.
Photographer Kevin Percival discusses his work for Science City 1550– 1800: The Linbury Gallery.
Top Secret volunteer Sheila Mair explores the evolution of scrambler phones used during the Second World War.
To mark 359 years since London’s first scientific society was founded, Assistant Curator Matthew Howles invites you on a highlights tour of the city’s scientific history.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, introduced the Fields medallist at the latest Oxford Mathematics London Public Lecture in the Science Museum.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, describes a key moment in the independent scientist’s efforts to detect life on Mars.
Go behind the scenes with the conservation team who are busy treating objects within the collection.
Over 400 school pupils packed into the Science Museum IMAX Theatre in London on 16 October for a special Q&A with the UK’s first European Space Agency astronaut, Tim Peake.