A new warning about a large-scale collapse of the world’s greatest rainforest comes from a study published today, reports Roger Highfield, Science Director.
As new exhibition, Go as you Please, opens at the National Railway Museum, we shine a light on the exhibition and the important programme behind it.
The Science Museum Group’s mission to Inspire Futures drives our work to ignite curiosity in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and this involves working to break down the barriers that make access to science unequal in society.
The rapid melting of glaciers is wiping out valuable records of past climates, reports Roger Highfield, Science Director.
Assistant Curator, Esme Mahoney-Phillips, delves into the history of robotic animals and ticks off highlights from the collection to show that these feats of engineering are more than just a modern mechanical innovation.
Discover some of the stranger uses for explosives, from life-saving technologies to fire-stopping grenades, as we reveal recently unpacked items from the collection.
Science Director, Roger Highfield, discusses a report published today on a detailed regional study that underlines the colossal cost of doing nothing to curb climate change.
After a landmark regulatory approval, gene editing is now being trialled with children, reports Roger Highfield, Science Director.
Some of our largest objects have been moved into their new home, a new collection management facility at the Science and Innovation Park in Wiltshire. In 2024, the facility will open for public tours, school and research visits, enabling people to explore much more of the collection than ever before.
Though a ‘historic’ deal was struck, efforts to keep global heating to below 1.5 degrees look unrealistic, says Science Director Roger Highfield.
As the Science Museum Group Collection acquires a new print by Rachel Whiteread DBE, Anna Ferrari, Curator of Art and Visual Culture at the Science Museum, explores 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.