On 20 July 2023, the Communities & Crowds project team held a workshop to present initial results from the project.
With the museum temporarily closed while preparations for our new galleries are underway, you may have seen lots of activity going on through the windows on your way to Pictureville Cinema.
As part of Widescreen Weekend this September, we’re hosting the Big Curved Screen Trailer Show—an illustrated voyage through classic ‘roadshow’ movie trailers.
With Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer sparking discussion about the benefits of 70mm film this summer, Jack from our screen team looks at what’s so special about the format.
This year we’re celebrating not only 40 years of the National Science and Media Museum, but also the 40th birthday of the region’s biggest screen—our beloved IMAX.
The museum may be temporarily closed until summer 2024 while we undergo a once-in-a-generation transformation, but our collections and stories are always open for all.
Bradford Science Festival is back this half term with an unmissable line-up of hands-on experiences, live events and performances, exploring how we use science and technology to see the hidden world all around us.
Bad Yorkshire weather may have been too much for an early TV transmitter in the North—but the ingenuity of designers and engineers solved the problem.
At the end of February we hosted our third round of community consultations, discussing some of the visual aspects of the new galleries.
Hear about the intergalactic family day we hosted for British Science Week, and find out about our upcoming activities.