This is a wooden acupuncture model made in Japan in 1681.
This spray can was used to help slow the spread of malaria, a life-threatening disease carried by mosquitoes.
This saw was used to amputate (cut off) people’s arms or legs. It is about five hundred years old.
Explore the realm of First World War ambulance trains through our exciting range of free educational resources for your Key Stage 3 pupils.
A puzzle game in which you create complex networks to communicate increasing amounts of information.
Learn about how the climate cycle has been affected by our use of fossil fuels since the Industrial Revolution.
A practical guide to help you explore Mathematics: The Winton Gallery
Punk Science explain the difference between selective breeding and genetic modification.
Punk Science carry out their unique version of medical trials, showing how drugs are tested against a placebo.
Punk Science man Dan shows us how to save energy and resources and look cool at the same time.
Explore the social, medical and ethical implications of male pregnancy in a classroom discussion.
Punk Science take a look at different ‘end of the universe’ theories.