This video will help you prepare for a visit to Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries at the Science Museum, London.
Enigma cipher machines were designed to create complex encrypted messages that were almost impossible to break.
A catalytic converter is a large metal box that sits underneath your car. They help reduce the chances of us getting ill by reducing the emission of toxic fumes.
Sailors use sextants to work out their ship’s location at sea so they can navigate.
Shizuo Ishiguro, an electrical engineer and mathematician, developed this electronic storm model to simulate the North Sea and increase our ability to predict the impact of storm surges on our coastline.
Look out for these iconic exhibits and their inventors illustrated by Quentin Blake when you visit the Science Museum, London.
A practical guide to help you explore Science Museum’s Exploring Space gallery.
Find something that light can pass through, something that makes you feel happy…
Find something that is heavier than you, something that is smaller than a mouse…
A practical guide to help you explore Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries.
Explore the brand new Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries as a team with fun games and challenges.
These statues, made about 300 years ago, are of two Christian martyrs – people tortured and killed for their beliefs.