Roger Highfield, Science Director, discusses the work of Sir Roger Penrose, the latest Science Museum Group Fellow.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, talks to the inventor of a new way to scrub the atmosphere of the greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide.
This month a major Science Museum Group collection milestone has been reached: more than 150,000 objects now have an image attached in our online collection. Up from 5% in 2018, over a third of all objects in the collection are now visible online in a dramatic increase in accessibility.
Roger Highfield, Science Director, visits ITER in southern France, the world’s largest fusion project, to assess whether it will mark a milestone in averting harmful climate change.
As part of the Science Museum Group’s COVID-19 Collecting Project we have acquired a portrait by Roxana Halls of Katie Tomkins, Mortuary and Post-Mortem Services Manager at West Herts Hospitals NHS Trust, created as part of the Portraits for NHS Heroes project in response to the pandemic.
Although Omicron is milder than first feared, there is a failure of political imagination when it comes to the implications for pandemic preparedness. Roger Highfield, Science Director, looks beyond Omicron with the government’s influential life sciences advisor, Sir John Bell.
A statement from Dame Mary Archer following the resignation of two Science Museum Group Trustees.
On Tuesday 19 October, the Science Museum welcomed 180 of the world’s top investors in innovation for a Global Investment Summit hosted by the Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
There is no bigger challenge facing humanity than climate change. Over the summer, hundreds of thousands of people have visited the Science Museum for fun, inspiration and discovery, with many exploring Our Future Planet. This fabulous exhibition highlights the nature-based and technological solutions for taking carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere, a small but significant part of what we must do globally alongside tackling our reliance on fossil fuels to reduce the impacts of dangerous climate change. Thousands more people […]
Associate Curator, Iona Farrell, and Collections Review Registrar, Laura Gibson, take us behind the scenes to explore their work studying and reviewing some of the incredible items we care for.