Monday 26 March 2018

Science Museum - Frankenstein Festival | Power UP returns | Last chance to see...

Frankenstein Festival

Frankenstein Festival

Celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley's iconic novel Frankenstein, our free immersive festival explores the ethical, scientific and technical questions surrounding whether or not we should create ‘life’.
This unique Easter holiday activity would be great for KS3, KS4 and KS5 Science students. Please tell your English Literature colleagues too!

Energy: Fuelling the Future

Last chance to explore...

Two of our galleries, Energy: Fuelling the Future and Journeys Through Medicine, will be closing on 3 June. They are making way for a fantastic new gallery exploring London’s role in major scientific advances between the 16th and 18th centuries, due to open next year. 
There's still time to visit and explore them with students before they go...

Power UP at the Science Museum, 2017. Credit: Benjamin Ealovega, Science Museum (12)

Power UP is back!

For a fun break over the Easter holidays, come along to Power UP, returning to the Science Museum by popular demand for a third year.
Get hands-on and challenge your family or friends to the ultimate Mario Kart showdown, share the joys of Pong and Galaxia, and experience the latest in Virtual Reality technology.

From our friends...

Take a look at the new Aiming for Awesome classroom resources, celebrating the centenary of the RAF and featuring hands-on activities for KS2 and KS3. 

Classroom STEM Kits & Gifts

Classroom STEM kits and gifts

Chosen by teachers, our collection of STEM kits and gifts is the perfect starting point for classroom resources, gifts and prizes spanning all key stages.