Investigating the conceptualisation of the telephone in literature from 1876 to the present day, this project contributes to cross-disciplinary debates regarding technology, language and culture.
This 18-month partnership will see the Science Museum Group contribute to and improve content on Wikipedia.
A multi-partner international initiative, bringing together cultural organisations, policy makers, academics, professional bodies, support agencies, and communities of practice, to build digitally confident museums.
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Science Museum Group’s curators are researching stories and identifying objects to collect on the nation’s behalf.
The project will explore a range of data analysis approaches that will analyse catalogues, published material and knowledge graphs and build links
This ambitious project will transform public access to our historic items, enabling you to explore more of our national collection than ever before.
On its 20-month tour of the UK, over 1.3 million people visited the Soyuz spacecraft which brought Tim Peake safely back to Earth.
Stimulated by the Science Museum Group’s collections of cinema technology, Jean-Philippe Calvin, created a new soundtrack for the1927 silent film ‘Museums of the New Age’.
This project explored opportunities and constraints regarding access, consultation and communication between the Science Museum Group and the volunteer heritage sector.
The Science Museum Group is a partner in a consortium to develop and test new audience experiences using cutting edge mixed reality technology.