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.
Why is a foam stress ball now part of the Science Museum Group?
On 30 January 1890 adventurer and journalist Elizabeth Bisland made history, circumnavigating the world in just 76 days. Her remarkable journey was recorded on a rare globe, now part of the Science Museum Group Collection.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, you may have noticed people wearing a sunflower symbol on a green background on lanyards, badges, or face coverings. Curator Selina Hurley explains why we have added these sunflower symbols to our collection.
In a once-in-a-lifetime acquisition for the nation, the remarkable contents of Professor Stephen Hawking’s office – including his personal reference library, innovative wheelchairs and communications equipment, medals, memorabilia and even the office furniture – will join the Science Museum Group Collection.
Assistant Curator Rebecca Raven looks at sustainable period products recently added to the collection.
Keeper of Medicine Natasha McEnroe reflects on the addition of the first vial of COVID vaccine from a mass immunisation programme to the Science Museum Group Collection.
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Curator Alex Rose celebrates World Oceans Day with a look at the deep sea adventures of TOBI and GLORIA.
Katy Barrett, Curator of Art, reveals the story behind an unusual artwork that recently joined the Science Museum Group Collection.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, outlines the science of lockdowns and how to end the pandemic.
Go behind the scenes with our photography team as they capture a rare Toyota Prius.