#SonicFriday aimed to find new ways of making people interact with the Science Museum Group’s Sound Technologies collection using digital platforms.
This project aims to transform understandings of the relationship between science, technology, and unorthodox forms of spiritual belief in modern Britain.
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.
The project will explore a range of data analysis approaches that will analyse catalogues, published material and knowledge graphs and build links
The co-creation of historical research and co-development of visitor experience in China and the UK.
This multidisciplinary series of workshops will explore our understanding of space exploration in a cultural context.
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.