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Science Museum 2h
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Science Museum 3h
Free exhibition, : Blood and Revolution will explore the lives and deaths of Tsar Nicholas II & his family: from their son's Haemophilia B to mental health, we'll look at medicine at the time & the forensic investigation into their death
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Science Museum 4h
Discover the private lives of Tsar Nicholas II & family with unique artefacts never before on public display in the UK at : Blood and Revolution, including a Faberge Egg & intimate photographs of life behind closed doors for the family
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Science Museum 5h
Our next exhibition : Blood and Revolution will explore the lives and deaths of Tsar Nicholas II and his family and uncover the science behind solving one of the greatest mysteries of the 20th century
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Science Museum 5h
100 years on since the Romanov family's death, we're announcing our next exhibition, : Blood and Revolution. Explore the private lives of the Tsar, Tsarina and their children through unique artefacts never before on public display in the UK
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Science Museum 7h
🧴 Sun cream season is upon us ⛱️ Ahead of our upcoming exhibition The : Living With Our Star, associate curator explores the history and science of sun cream on our blog
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Dr. Laura Humphreys Jul 16
Are you an experienced curator or historian of technologies and engineering? is looking for a new Keeper - get in touch if you would like to discuss the role!
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Science Museum 20h
Our collection is full of the ordinary to the extraordinary. Now it's even easier to explore with our Random Object Generator 🎲 Did you get any good one? Share it in the comments!
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Science Museum Jul 16
Light up the night sky with the Milky Way Constellation Backpack! Its motion activated LED lights twinkle at the slightest touch
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Locomotion Jul 16
We beat to become the winners of the with the Night Ferry Sleeper Car! Come and see the star vehicle at Locomotion before the money and fame go to it's head!
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Science Museum Jul 16
Over on the blog, we continue exploring the history of and the importance of safe and ethical treatment, with Sally Cheshire CBE chair of . Click here to read more: Image credit: HFEA
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Science Museum Jul 16
'The most wonderful thing about music’s ability to evoke emotion is that it works for almost all of us.' Ahead of The Science of Music and Mood at this month's Lates, explains how and why music can affect our emotions in a guest blog
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Science Museum Jul 16
in 1994, the Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 collides with Jupiter. Impacts continued to be observed for the following six days, providing vital information about Jupiter and its role in lessening space debris in the inner Solar System.
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Science Museum Jul 15
Your brain jiggles with every heartbeat. This week on we see how scientists from & are using an algorithm to enhance these tiny movements of the brain, not normally visible in MRIs. See more on our YouTube channel
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Science Museum Jul 15
πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ”¬ Thank you Science Camp. We had a flagella of a time. The fun was infectious! πŸ‘¨πŸΎβ€πŸ”¬
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Citadel Festival Jul 15
. enthralling at the Science Camp
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Science Museum Jul 15
Experience and learn about the wonders of VR in this amazing book. Virtual Reality brings learning to life - with its very own VR viewer, pictures will literally jump out of the page!
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Science Museum Jul 15
Happy Birthday Weetman Dickinson Pearson! 19/20th C engineer and owner of S Pearson & Son. Our Pearson archive documents the company's civil engineering works across the world, including Chinese railways, New York tunnels, Mexican oil and the Forth Bridge. Pic from the archive.
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Science Museum Jul 15
Your brain jiggles with every heartbeat. This week on we see how scientists from & are using an algorithm to enhance these tiny movements of the brain, not normally visible in MRIs. See more on our YouTube channel
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Science Museum Jul 15
Happy Birthday Jocelyn Bell Burnell! As a postgraduate student the astrophysicist discovered the first radio pulsars in 1967 using a telescope she helped build. She noticed a signal that pulsed once every second - β€˜Little Green Man 1’ - which was later determined to be a pulsar.
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