Volunteer Laura Cooper explains the science behind a popular activity in our Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond exhibition.
In this section, you’ll get a glimpse behind the scenes of the museum—from a day in the life of a volunteer and team building exercises, to the logistics of decanting our galleries or putting on a late event.
Science Museum Group Director of External Affairs Roger Highfield writes about the new possibilities opened up by materials like graphene, ahead of his In Conversation with Professor Andre Geim event at the museum.
If you visited the museum between April and June this year, you may well have seen a buzz of activity around the site. Project Collections Information Officer Rupinder Sandhu explains what’s been going on.
Ross Dalziel will lead a series of workshops at MakeFest 2016, using the Raspberry Pi version of Minecraft and Martin O’Hanlon’s mcpi API to celebrate the first railway journeys between Liverpool and Manchester.
Ahead of MakeFest 2016, we asked some of the makers to tell us how they got into making and what they’re bringing for you to try.
Go behind the scenes of the four-day Brighter Sound Artistic Director Series residency, which brought together female musicians to interpret our Wonder Materials exhibition through music and art.
July 2016 sees the launch of the Museum of Science and Industry’s new blog. Our regular posts will let you know about the latest happenings in the museum, and take you behind the scenes to find out more about the people who work here and the stories we tell.