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Take a look back at the highlights and achievements of our award-winning exhibition Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond.
In June 2017, Beattie Well Tank no. 30587 returned to its birthplace of Manchester for three weeks to work trains on the demonstration line at the Museum.
If you’re bringing your family down to the museum this weekend, you’ll soon discover that not all superheroes wear capes.
As we reach the end of our Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond exhibition, we’re finding out a little bit more about our funders the Granada Foundation and the work they do.
Who was John Dalton, and what part does he play in the story behind our Wonder Materials exhibition?
On 18 May, cultural venues across the city will keep their doors open after closing time for Manchester After Hours, part of the national Museums At Night festival.
Archivist Ceri Forster reveals the electrifying story of some of the newest items in our collection.
We are delighted to welcome on board the Granada Foundation as funders for our Wonder Materials: Graphene and Beyond exhibition—find out here why they want to be involved.
Here in the museum archive, we’re always happy to hear from people who have interesting documents to add to our collections.
Postgraduate researcher Paul Coleman explores how electricity use was encourage in wartime Britain.
Wherever you look these days, mindfulness and meditation are being hailed as cure-alls, from reducing stress and anxiety to reducing blood pressure and even managing chronic pain.
Just how long did it take to travel between London, Manchester and Liverpool in 1928?