This project aimed to inspire students to explore the science that shapes their lives and help build their scientific literacy.
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 collaborative project used the concept of science capital to understand how young people from all backgrounds engage with science.
This project brought over 600 students into the Science Museum as part of a school trip.
This project addresses communication-related challenges in the energy and culture sector.
This project saw the Deltic diesel locomotive 55 002 King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry undergo repair work and repainting at Locomotion.
This project is making it easier to find out about railway worker accidents in Britain and Ireland in the early 20th century.
For the 50th anniversary of Winston Churchill’s funeral, this project restored the van which carried the statesman’s coffin.
Part of the reinvention of the National Science and Media Museum, aiming to create a new role for the museum in Bradford.
How we used our understanding of science capital to engage young audiences with the galleries at the Science and Industry Museum.
This project saw a a bee-themed garden created at the Science and Industry Museum to host a large bee sculpture as part of the Bee in the City project.