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Yesterday we announced that Contagion, a new dance piece inspired by the Spanish Flu, is to appear at this year's Manchester Science Festival. But what are pandemics and why can they be so deadly?
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Edmund Cartwright (1743–1823) inventor of the power loom - you can find a power loom and see more textile machinery in action every day in our Textiles Gallery
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Ear wax, giant cochlea and ossicles, sign language and singing. You've guessed it, April's Pi: Platform for Investigation is all about πŸ‘‚s! Head to this Sunday for lots of (free!) hands-on activities! >
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This one might not be in line for the throne but at least we don't have to change its nappy (not that often anyway!) πŸ‘ΆπŸ‘ΆπŸ‘Ά
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Manchester Sci Fest Apr 23
We are delighted to be able to announce the first event from our partner programme for this year's Manchester Science Festival - 's Contagion at on October 21. Find out more here:
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MSI Manchester Apr 23
Maybe that dragon just wasn't as 'rapide' as this one in our Air and Space Hall πŸ‰πŸ‰πŸ‰
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MSI Manchester Apr 23
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MSI Manchester Apr 23
Max Planck (1858-1947), theoretical physicist who developed quantum theory, revolutionising our understanding of the atomic and the subatomic...
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MSI Manchester Apr 22
1970 The first Earth Day was celebrated 🌎🌍🌏 is all about cutting down on plastic
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MSI Manchester Apr 21
Happy ! Did you know we have the Factory records archive in our collection? You can make an appointment to see it by emailing: collections@msimanchester.org.uk There's hazard tape!
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MSI Manchester Apr 21
If you're in town today then head to Exchange Square, experience the Samsung Space Descent VR then head here and see the real Soyuz capsule piloted by@astro_timpeake Presented by and the Science Museum Group.
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MSI Manchester Apr 21
1989 The Game Boy handheld video game device was released in Japan - did you have one? βž•βž•βž• (pssst... keep your eyes peeled for coming back this summer for all your retro gaming needs! Dates coming soon)
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MSI Manchester Apr 21
Happy ! Did you know we have a Factory Records archive in our collection? You can make an appointment to see it by emailing: collections@msimanchester.org.uk There's hazard tape!
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MSI Manchester Apr 20
Who's coming to see space capsule and 's spacesuit this weekend? Only three weeks to go!
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MSI Manchester Apr 20
If you'd like them to see a bit of space history, we've currently got Tim Peake's Soyuz space capsule and spacesuit on display (until 13 May) plus some lovely packs to get them to pretending they're train drivers! Have a good visit πŸ˜€
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Cllr Eddy Newman Apr 20
Yesterday's sunny day saw a Heritage Transport Mayoral visit including to , Tim Peake's Spacecraft , and .
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MSI Manchester Apr 20
Anyone wondering why spacesuit looks a bit on the short side or how space travel can actually make you stretch? We've got a blog for that! @Space_Station
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Manchester Sci Fest Apr 20
Are you excited for this year's Manchester Science Festival? We've got a big announcement coming on Monday so make sure you keep your eyes peeled on our social channels and website!
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MSI Manchester Apr 20
For , we look back at artist Nikhil Chopra's commemoration of inspired by one of our locos - international working and cultural cross-pollination telling important stories...
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Science Museum Apr 19
The FameLab UK Final will be taking place at this month's . 7 up-and-coming science communicators will compete for a cash prize with just 3 minutes to present a scientific concept. Judging panel includes 's ! Free tickets:
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