Later this month visitors to London’s Science Museum will be able to enjoy a once in a lifetime trip on the iconic Soyuz TMA-19M spacecraft.
To coincide with the museum’s landmark acquisition of the real thing, Alchemy VR have created a unique virtual reality experience, transporting viewers from the International Space … Read more
Added: March 20, 2017Comments: 0
British Science Week kicks off today, and museums across the country will be celebrating with special events aimed at children and families. A wide range of museums are participating, from well-known scientific attractions such as the Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester, to some which may surprise you!
Bath’s historic Roman … Read more
Added: March 10, 2017Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer Rebecca Mileham alights at Kew Gardens to eavesdrop on bees – and picks up news of the first-ever Kew Science Festival.
Begging, tooting and quacking – did you know that this is how bees communicate? Kew Gardens is offering the perfect way to get to know bees … Read more
Added: July 29, 2016Comments: 0
Following on from the success of 2013’s Bodyworks, Glasgow Science Centre’s newest major exhibition Powering the Future opened in December last year. The show focuses on what is known as the “energy Trilemma,” a vicious circle whereby governments are struggling to find a solution to the demand for power that … Read more
Added: February 21, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums’ workshop development manager, Kim Biddulph, went along to a new permanent exhibition at the Natural History Museum that charts the development of us as a species.
The exciting discoveries of Homo floresiensis (‘The Hobbit’) and Homo naledi, as well as the genetic studies of Neanderthals that show our … Read more
Added: February 8, 2016Comments: 0