Four engineering visionaries behind the silicon cells that transformed the efficiency of solar panels have won the 2023 Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, the most prestigious prize of its kind.
The 2 January marks the birthday of a pioneer and trailblazer in the world of STEM and in the fight for equality for members of the transgender community. Lynn Conway’s inventions and methods revolutionised computer engineering and how we teach computer science, influencing how we engage with computers to this day.
To celebrate the 122nd birthday of mathematician Dame Mary Cartwright, we take a closer look at her pioneering work and life
On a dark December morning in 2020, the first COVID-19 vaccination given as part of a mass immunisation programme was delivered in the West Midlands.
We spoke with Stewart Emmens, Lead Curator of Injecting Hope: The race for a COVID-19 vaccine, and Natasha McEnroe, Keeper of Medicine about its impact.
Celebrate Godzilla Day and read along as Dr. Jonathan Brockbank reflects on the many inventive eras of the Godzilla franchise and the relationship between Godzilla, science and culture.
A lifelong advocator of mother and baby health, today on her 141st birthday we celebrate the life and works of Dr. Dossibai Dadabhoy.
An encounter with a mosquito opened a whole universe for 2021 Clarke Award winner Laura Jean McKay.
Today the Science Museum opened its most ambitious exhibition to date. Science Fiction: Voyage to the Edge of Imagination is a vibrant and immersive journey guided by a chirpy alien AI, called ALANN, which explores how scientists and science fiction creators continue to inspire each other.