From radio and radar to MRI and fibre optics, do you know just how many of the world’s revolutionary innovations were developed and patented in Britain?
Today marks sixty-six years since the opening of the Festival of Britain. Chemistry Curator Sophie Waring looks at how it brought science and art together in the post-war era
Dr Howard Coutts, Curator of Decorative Arts at The Bowes Museum, shares the incredible story of the Silver Swan, which will star in the Science Museum’s 2017 Robots exhibition.
Karinna Nobbs explores the data visualisation and projection mapping needed for the Dress For Our Time installation.
Artist Esther Fox explores the ethical challenges associated with pre-natal genetic screening in a new piece of art now on display in the Museum.
We asked Sir Christopher Frayling about the impact of Frankenstein, first told 200 years ago this month.