The bravery of stretcher bearers at Passchendaele
Sophie Waring looks at how the Festival of Britain brought science and art together
Dr Jennifer Rich explores the history of the humble audio guide at the Science Museum.
Jen Kavanagh, Audience Engagement Manager, spoke to telephone operators from the 1950’s and 1960’s who shared their stories for the Information Age gallery.
Chloe Vince looks at how the 1967 Wimbledon Championships made broadcasting history.
Curator Ali Boyle blogs on Big Science, a recent discussion about science and society since WWII that was part of our Collider events series. If you want to get an understanding of giant scientific projects like CERN, go into your kitchen and take your microwave apart. Actually don’t – we recommend that you leave potentially-destructive household experiments to the guidance of Punk Science. But as Jon Agar points out, a household device that we now take for granted contains […]