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Science Museum 5h
Your mission: to be the first player to land an astronaut on the Moon 🃏 🌖 On our blog, Assistant Curator gives us an introduction to one of the latest additions to the Space Technology collection, 'Astronaut'.
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Science Museum 8h
On the Science Museum Group blog, Assistant Curator explores medicine in the age of the Aztec Empire, from ceremonial birth to death on the sacrificial stage. Read more:
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Science Museum Nov 22
🤖 Calling all future scientists! We’ve partnered with to bring you My Robot Mission AR: a fun science-based app combining robot challenges and AR technology that encourages children to think like a scientist! Download now:
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Science Museum 12h
1967 astrophysicist Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered the first radio pulsars. You might recognise the waves from the 1979 Joy Division album, Unknown Pleasures, showing 100 consecutive pulses from the first pulsar discovered, known then as CP1919
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Kids in Museums Nov 27
Here is the Kids in Museums Christmas Gift Guide 2020 for the children in your life! 🎁 To celebrate , we put together some of our favourite picks for kids from museum shops across the UK:
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Science Museum Nov 27
Many COVID-19 drugs, vaccines and tests depend on ‘the spike’. In his latest blog post, Science Director describes why it is now the most important protein on the planet. Read more:
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Museums + Heritage Advisor Nov 26
To celebrate the campaign, the M+H team has picked out 20 of its favourite Christmas items on sale at UK now! This weekend also sees offer up a great way to connect with festive shoppers.
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Science Museum Nov 26
Join us along with our neighbours on 8 December for a special, live online event: the . Hear from London cultural leaders on lessons from the pandemic and mapping the future. Register now to book your free place 👉
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Science Museum Nov 26
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Exclusively watch this immersive experience on one of the biggest screens in the UK. Tickets are now available for screenings until 16 December, book yours now:
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Science Museum Nov 26
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Antarctica is the coldest, driest and windiest place on Earth with the roughest oceans and yet, incredible creatures thrive there in astounding abundance.
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Science Museum Nov 26
Following a major revamp, we're excited to announce that our popular IMAX: The Ronson Theatre returns this December with and ' latest documentary, Antarctica 3D, narrated by Benedict Cumberbatch.
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National Science and Media Museum Nov 26
Enjoying this playlist.
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Dr Katy Barrett Nov 25
! I was immensely lucky to work with 3 extraordinary artists on new sculpture commissions for the . Here are 's Santa Medicina, 's Bloom and 's Self-Conscious Gene
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Science and Industry Museum Nov 25
1867 Alfred Nobel patented dynamite 🧨 He considered calling it the slightly incongruous "Nobel's Safety Powder", but ended up referencing to the Greek word for "power" (δύναμις) instead 🧨 This dynamite charge meter was used during construction of Haweswater Dam 🧨
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National Railway Museum Nov 25
The railways made travel easier to coastal locations around Britain, which then became popular holiday resorts. Five famous seaside towns have had their letters mixed up. Can you get them all? B G H I N O R T A B C E E M M O R A C E E N N P Z E E G K N S S S D E H N O S T U
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Science Museum Nov 25
Sir Ian Blatchford, Director of the Science Museum Group and Chair of welcomes the Government's announcement that it will be addressing the capital funding needs of national and regional museums.
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Oliver Dowden Nov 25
🏛 This fund is for national museums across the country. Those who could be helped include in Manchester, York & Bradford Liverpool Liverpool & St Ives Leeds Manchester & Cambridge & many more... Cultural
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National Science and Media Museum Nov 25
Just a couple of capybaras hanging out in 1895.
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Science Museum Nov 24
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And if that’s not enough baking content for you, have a read of our online story exploring the history of kitchen technology and how an iconic food mixer came to dominate 20th-century home cooking
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Science Museum Nov 24
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Week 9 was patisserie week and the assignment was to create a cube entirely from smaller cube-shaped cakes. Well, we have the most fun of cubes in our collection – the Magic Cube, made in 1978 and later sold as the iconic Rubik’s cube.
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