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.
The Science Museum Group’s work covers many different aspects, from conservation and curation to research and an extensive Learning programme.
Below you can find a selection of our work:
This multidisciplinary series of workshops will explore our understanding of space exploration in a cultural context.
Find out about this series of precious objects on loan from The Courtauld Gallery, and their scientific and technological histories.
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 aims to produce a new account of the roots and development of a scientific culture in 17th- and 18th-century London.
The Science Museum is a partner in a major collaborative research project known as HoNESt—an acronym for History of Nuclear Energy and Society—that launched on 1 September 2015.
An initiative that explores how people in the past used instruments, machines and equipment to achieve particular results.
This project explores the meaning and use of the category ‘applied science’ from its emergence to its fading at the end of the Cold War.
The Science Museum Group is a partner in a consortium to develop and test new audience experiences using cutting edge augmented reality technology.
The Science Museum Group is collecting material telling the story of the UN’s International Year of the Periodic Table in 2019.