In the first instalment of a 3-part review, volunteer blogger Yusef takes a close look at the themes of surveillance in our exhibition Never Alone.
Through our exhibitions and galleries, learning programme and festivals, we aim to inspire the scientists and engineers of the future to see more, hear more, think more and do more.
Inspired by our exhibition Never Alone, volunteer blogger James Wilson looks at how 20th-century ideas about workers’ productivity have led to today’s data-driven culture.
Annie introduces our latest acquisition: the Midas XL3 mixing console, which has toured the UK with some of the world’s biggest bands and artists.
Your child loves gaming, but how do you channel that into creativity and learning? Impact Gamers’ Adam Syrop, who has won a BAFTA for his work with young people, looks at the 10 most common battles—and how to overcome them.
Find out what the Next Stop Bradford campaign is, why we’re supporting it, and what you can do to play your part in a project with the potential to transform Bradford city centre.
On Tuesday 26 September 2017, we took delivery of a very special object: Tim Peake’s Soyuz descent module had landed at the National Science and Media Museum.
During the summer holidays, STEM Ambassadors Aisha and Serish spent time in our Supersenses exhibition, talking to visitors about how neurones help us sense the world. We asked them to tell us more…