On National Wildlife Day we explore how drones are used across the world, playing an integral part in wildlife conservation and the preservation of our planet’s natural habitats.
A study published today shows why changes in land use could pave the way for future disease outbreaks, reports Science Director Roger Highfield.
Last week, the Science Museum Group announced its reopening plans, following months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic. Dr Julia Knights, Chair of the Group’s Sustainability Advisory Board and Deputy Director of the Science Museum, outlines the steps the Group is taking to put sustainability at the heart of re-opening its five museums to the public.
Curator Alex Rose celebrates World Oceans Day with a look at the deep sea adventures of TOBI and GLORIA.
Matt Moore, Head of the National Collections Centre, reflects on the history and future for the Science Museum Group’s largest site.
As the National Railway Museum reveals a sustainable vision for its new Central Hall, Karen Livingstone, the Science Museum Group’s Director of Masterplan and Estate, explains how our plans are shaped by the past, present and – crucially – the future of five museums which together are visited by more than five million people each year.
Ahead of the COP26 climate summit, the UK Government announced a ban on petrol, diesel and hybrid cars from 2035. Curator Ben Russell explains more about the first mass-produced hybrid car, which recently joined the collection.
This morning, Prime Minister Boris Johnson launched the UK Year of Climate Action at the Science Museum. The museum’s Deputy Director Dr Julia Knights explains why the Science Museum Group will be a prominent scientific voice in preparations for the most important climate meeting on the planet.
Over the last 250 years our way of life and Earth’s climate have changed dramatically. Read on as we explore some of these changes through objects in the Science Museum Group Collection.
Today we’re launching a sustainability blog for the Science Museum Group.