This week marked the 1000th edition of Radio 4’s In Our Time.
Have you ever seen something older than the Earth itself? A remarkable sample from a 4.6-billion-year-old asteroid is now on display in the museum.
Congratulations to more than 100 technicians who have collectively been awarded The Royal Society Hauksbee 2023 award.
As the world renews its fascination with exploring the Moon, India achieves what no other nation has done before: successfully landing on the lunar south pole.
Coming into the Science Museum? There are a lot of things to discover on your way in! All free and within walking distance from the museum, they are a great way to explore South Kensington on foot.
After five successful seasons as a temporary event, the Science Museum permanently welcomed back Power Up, our hands-on gaming experience, on Thursday 27 July 2023.
Projectionist Thomas Smith takes a behind-the-scenes look at the installation of Oppenheimer by Christopher Nolan, the longest IMAX 70mm film ever produced, as we get ready for its screenings at the Science Museum.
Discover how London grew from a lively capital city to a global hub for trade, commerce, and scientific enquiry between 1550 and 1800 in Science City 1550-1800: The Linbury Gallery, located on Level 2 and open daily, from 10.00 to 18.00.
Assistant Curator Harriet Jackson reflects on the display of the George Cross medal in Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries as the NHS marks its 75th anniversary.
Discover new favourite authors and whole new worlds by entering our giveaway by Monday 10 July to be in with a chance to win seven science fiction books.
On Friday 23 June the Science Museum opened a free, first-of-its-kind gallery dedicated to world-changing engineering innovations and the fascinating range of people behind them.