Discover how our lives have been transformed by information and communication technologies in our latest gallery, Information Age. Re-live remarkable moments in history, told through the eyes of those who invented, operated or were affected by the new wave of technology, from the first BBC radio broadcast in 1922 to the dawn of digital TV. Free entry: https://www.sciencemuseum.o...
Discover the influence of early scientific photography on modern and contemporary art in this major new exhibition, featuring some of the rarest images from the pioneers of photography. See Revelations in Media Space at the Science Museum until 13 September 2015. Book now: http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/visitmuseum/Plan_your_vis...
The Cosmonauts exhibition will reveal the most significant collection of Russian spacecraft and artefacts ever to be shown in the UK. Discover the stories behind these objects in these videos. For more information visit http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/cosmonauts
Celebrate more than 200 years of innovation in communication and information technologies with these videos from our major new gallery, Information Age: Six Networks That Changed Our World, opening in October 2014. Information Age will be our biggest and most ambitious gallery to date and will feature over 800 objects from our world class collections, many of which have never been on public display. Find out more at http://www.sciencemuseum.org.uk/informationage
Media Space is a collaboration between the Science Museum and the National Media Museum in Bradford, home of the National Photography Collection. Media Space offers a programme of exhibitions and events drawing on our world-class National Photography Collection and the broader Science Museum Collections. Bringing together photographers, artists, curators and the creative industries Media Space explores relationships between, and lesser-known histories of, photography, science, art and technology.
Sit back and explore the big ideas in science and the arts with Profs Stephen Hawking and Peter Higgs, photographer Martin Parr, novelist Ian McEwan and many more..... all in conversation at the Science Museum.
Discover more about the ambitious new mathematics gallery opening at the Science Museum in 2016. Designed by the world-renowned Zaha Hadid Architects, the gallery has been made possible by the largest individual donation ever made to the museum, an unprecedented £5 million gift from David and Claudia Harding.
This new gallery will tell stories that place mathematics at the heart of our lives, exploring how mathematicians, their tools and ideas, have helped to shape the modern world.