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.
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.
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.
Science Museum Group Fellowship awarded to Alok Sharma at the Science Museum Group Annual Dinner
It is our third year celebrating National Poetry Day.
This weekend we celebrate the Coronation of Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla at Westminster Abbey. Inspired by this historic event, we’ve delved into the collection and highlighted what you can see and do this weekend in our museums.
Each spring crowds of thousands gather on the banks of the river Thames in west London for The Boat Race, a rowing competition between crews from Cambridge and Oxford universities. Ahead of this year’s race, we reveal the story behind one winning boat.
To inspire futures is the Science Museum Group’s mission and it is central to our work towards a society where all people feel that science is for them and have access to the benefits it brings.
Go behind the scenes and discover more about our work to record Stephen Hawking’s office.
For anyone working near a university campus, the influx of new and returning students is hard to miss. It’s hard to imagine that in the three years prior, national lockdowns closed universities and schools. Staff had to find innovative ways of switching to online teaching but also how to deliver hands on practical experiments to their students – wherever they were in the world.
Go behind the scenes with Collection Unpacking Assistants Esme & Holly as they celebrate unpacking 100,000 items from the Science Museum Group Collection in their new home.
The Science Museum Group is celebrating National Poetry Day for a second year (6 October 2022).