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Today marks 114 years since British aviation pioneer Amy Johnson was born. One of the most famous objects housed in the Flight Gallery at the Science Museum is the de Havilland Gipsy moth Aeroplane ‘Jason I’ flown by pilot Amy Johnson.

Dame Uta Frith speaking with Professor Saiful Islam and Sir Chris Frith.

Editors, geneticists, cosmologists, curators and Britain’s pioneering astronaut attended the annual Scientists meet the Media party in the Science Museum last night, marking the 25th anniversary of the very first gathering to foster mutual understanding between the inhabitants of Fleet Street and Britain’s laboratories. Speeches to the audience of several hundred in Wonderlab: the Statoil Gallery, were given by Roger Highfield, Director of External Affairs at the Science Museum Group; Executive Director of the Royal Society, Julie Maxton; and Sarah […]

The eagerly anticipated Scientists meet the Media party took place at the Royal Society last week, continuing a long tradition of annual gatherings to foster mutual understanding between the inhabitants of Fleet Street and Britain’s laboratories. Speeches to the audience of several hundred in the world’s oldest academy of science were given by new President of the Royal Society, Nobel laureate Sir Venkatraman Ramakrishnan; Ian Blatchford, Director of the Science Museum Group, and John Mulholland, editor of The Observer. As […]