Find out about the Little Miss Inventor event taking place this weekend, and see the finalists in the Little Inventors competition.
Kat is the Press and PR Manager here at the Science and Industry Museum.
Two Tims. One is a well-loved British astronaut. The other… is a rubber duck. So what links Peake and Beake?
We have been working with the BBC to tell the stories of how humans built their great civilisations—using some very modern technology.
Thousands of you have read our blog this year—here’s a reminder of some of the most popular posts.
We have been nominated for a prestigious national award – and need your help to win!
Take part in our #ThanksToYou competition and win a chance to sip champagne with the Flying Scotsman
We get a lot of filming requests here at the museum, and there’s none we were happier to say yes to than when the BBC approached us to be the North West venue for this year’s Children in Need.
Curators are creative folk—and spending all day with the amazing objects in our collections can lead to some interesting trains of thought.
Manchester’s engineers, scientists, business owners and workers helped win the First World War by supplying equipment and ideas that were vital for victory.
From robot poop to AI in hospitals, Tomorrow’s World Live at Manchester Science Festival covered all the big questions. Here’s the most important stuff we learned.
Robert Peston and his guests were under strict instructions to not eat the croissants on his desk. Exactly why were ITV’s pastries left untouched?
Sir Vince Cable recently paid a visit to the museum to learn more about what we are doing to help inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.