Dr. Merina Su continues the conversation in the heated debate about whether brain training games actually work.
On 3 October 2017 the Science Museum opened new season Illuminating India to VIP guests.
A volunteer at the Science Museum has created his own mini version of Eric the UK’s first robot.
Discover the story behind one of the latest developments in space exploration: the AstroRad Radiation Shield.
Thirty-three years since its official opening, Elizabeth Bruton considers how Thames Barrier is an outcome of mathematical modelling.
Roger Highfield introduces this year’s European Inventor Award finalists.
Shazia Ali-Webber is a founder of I Like Clean Air is one of the case studies being explored as part of the Science Museum’s new exhibition, Beyond the Lab: The DIY Science Revolution. I Like Clean Air is a group of London families campaigning for cleaner air in the city. I joined with other families to set up this group because I was concerned about the dangerous levels of air pollution where my children go to school and play. In […]
Type 1 Diabetes is a condition that needs to be managed around the clock. Ask anyone who has managed this condition for an extended amount of time and you will hear that the main challenges are not the multiple daily injections, or even the invasive blood testing, but the mental pressure to keep track of your blood sugars, treatments, medication calculations and the relentless effort to keep this never-ending juggling act going.
A new exhibition at the Science Museum, Beyond the Lab: The DIY Science Revolution, shows how ordinary people are taking science into their own hands.
Today’s engineers will need lateral thinking of the kind used by the great wartime inventor Sir Barnes Wallis if they are to respond effectively to challenges such as climate change, according to a Cambridge lecturer.