Is the pandemic over? For most people, perhaps. But many of us are still living with its after-effects.
From oximeters and MRI to Community Memories and doffing sheds, join us to discover how communities came together through COVID, and why researchers at Oxford University and around the world are working to understand the long-term impacts of the virus.
In the Museum that inspired Lyra's alethiometer ...
Just like Lyra with her alethiometer, we search for answers to life's questions in our moving universe. Journey to our Basement and step into the world of Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials. Discover iconic costumes and devices from the BBC series, explore intriguing dials that inspired Philip Pullman to create Lyra's alethiometer, and send your questions out to the cosmos.
From 15 November 2022-31 December 2023
Basement | Free entry
Online: Between Earth & Air: The Marconi Collection
Between Earth & Air by artist Hermeet Gill tells hidden stories about ten iconic objects from the Marconi Collection, framed by wave images visualising the development of radio from Marconi to the present day.
During 2019, the Young Producers voluntary group at the History of Science Museum worked with the collection of scientific instruments from the Islamic World to create a new display themed around prayer.