A panel chaired by Jarvis Cocker discussed the advancing technology in music and where artificial intelligence might lead us. Chris Bell explores more.
Roger Highfield, Director of External Affairs introduces the Oxford Mathematics public lecture.
Director and Academy-Award winning visual effects designer, Paul Franklin, talks about his fascination with Kubrick’s sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey and the joys of watching an ‘unrestored’ print.
To mark the largest space event on Earth, we’re diving into our galleries and collections to discover the objects and activities that tell the story of international space exploration.
Roger Highfield, Director of External Affairs, celebrates the anniversary of the birth that changed reproductive science.
Roger Highfield explores the beauty of mathematics at a recent event at the Science Museum
You can now watch Christopher Nolan’s latest block-buster ‘Dunkirk’ at the Science Museum IMAX Theatre. After the film you can explore the stories behind the innovative aircraft that saved countless lives and turned the tide of the war in our Flight Gallery.
Dr Buzz Aldrin discussed Apollo, ‘space selfies’ and how to colonise Mars in a recent Science Museum event.
World-renowned director and blockbuster auteur Christopher Nolan visited the Science Museum last night for a special screening of his latest acclaimed feature, Interstellar, in our IMAX Theatre. He was joined by the film’s editor Lee Smith, visual effects supervisor Paul Franklin and cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema for an exclusive Q&A with BAFTA members hosted by writer and journalist Mark Salisbury. The Science Museum IMAX is one of only four screens in the UK to show Interstellar in Nolan’s intended 70mm IMAX format, with one of […]