As the Science Museum Group Collection acquires a new print by Rachel Whiteread DBE, we explore how two artists evoke COVID-19 and the pandemic.
As 70,000 delegates gather in Dubai, the world is almost out of time to curb dangerous climate change, reports Roger Highfield, Science Director.
The culmination of a project with Google Arts & Culture has seen the digitisation of thousands of objects.
A systematic review and analysis have shown plant-based diets are healthy, complementing research that shows they benefit the planet too. Roger Highfield, Science Director, reports on today’s study.
The Royal Red Cross Medal, awarded to Elizabeth Batten, is one of the last objects leaving Blythe House for its new home at the National Collections Centre, part of the Science and Innovation Park in Wiltshire.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, outlines why the key aim of today’s AI Safety Summit is to ensure that we can all enjoy the benefits of artificial intelligence.
An expert meeting about nature positive, net zero cities was organised yesterday by the Science Museum, Natural History Museum and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Roger Highfield, Phil Stevenson, and Tim Littlewood reflect on the day.
Science Director Roger Highfield discusses how the internet is going off world, with Queen Elizabeth Prizewinner, Vint Cerf.
For a third year, the Science Museum Group has brought together science and poetry to celebrate National Poetry Day (5 October 2023).
Cities can play a key role in mitigating climate change, according to a new study.
Scientists in the UK can once again access the world’s largest research collaboration programme, Horizon Europe, a development described as ‘wonderful news for future scientists and innovators’ by Ian Blatchford, Director and Chief Executive of the Science Museum Group.
The computer giant IBM has developed an efficient chip that suggests the future of AI could rely on traditional ‘analogue’ computation, reports Science Director Roger Highfield.