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Learning

Find out more about our educational offering here at the museum, ranging from schools shows through to our STEM ambassador programme, with posts from our learning team and other guest authors.

Think of a scientist. What do you picture?  The stereotypical answer (and the one we’re trying hard to change) would be a man, maybe in a lab coat. But even a century ago, that wasn’t necessarily the case.

Laika the dog

We’ve been talking a lot about human astronauts in space on the blog recently, but what about other living creatures that have boldly gone where no other err, fruit fly has gone before?

A black and white picture of a Victorian lady, Selina Cooper, a suffragette and scientist

Fans of the trading cards that we debuted last June will be excited to hear that we are bringing them back for February half term to try and put faces to some of the people who powered the Industrial Revolution in Manchester.

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