Museums

How an MRI works Learn what an MRI machine is and how it works.
What it's like to be affected by Thalidomide Meet some of the men and women who are changing perceptions of what it means to be have a disability.
Not all wounds are visible This film was produced in collaboration with a small group of British military veterans from recent conflicts, who have all been diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). They hope to give an insight into the experience of living with ...
Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries at The Science Museum The world’s largest medical galleries feature more than 3,000 medical artefacts, striking artworks, interactive games and immersive experiences that bring the history of medicine to life.
Covering an area equivalent to 1,500 hospital beds, Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries is the ...
WilkinsonEyre discuss the creation of a suite of new galleries at The Science Museum With the completion of the £24m Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries, over half of the Science Museum has now been transformed since Sir Ian Blatchford took over as Director in 2010.
The commission of WilkinsonEyre for Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries followed ...
Troy exhibition Tread the line between myth and reality in this phenomenal new exhibition.
The BP exhibition Troy: myth and reality
21 November 2019 – 8 March 2020
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Supported by BP
The legend of Troy has endured for more ...
James Lovelock discusses his greatest epiphany. Over the past century, inventor-cum-independent scientist James Lovelock has proved a hugely influential figure, from devising extraordinarily sensitive pollutant detectors to creating the Gaia hypothesis and speculating about living with cyborgs at the end of this century.
Given his range ...
Art in crisis: identifying and returning looted objects In 2001 the Taliban government of Afghanistan banned all representations of the human form, from depictions on TV and in painting to ancient sculpture. Statues in the National Museum of Afghanistan were decapitated and the famous Buddhas of Bamiyan were ...
Inspired by the east – connecting collections Inspired by the east: how the Islamic world influenced western art is the latest milestone on the long road of exploring the relationship between Europe, America and what used to be called the ‘Orient’. Ten years ago, an exhibition at ...
Nara: sacred images from early Japan Nara, in the Yamato region of Japan, was the country’s capital from
AD 710–784 – and the cradle of traditional Japanese culture.
This special display runs in two rooms: the Asahi Shimbun Displays (Room 3) has treasures from Hōryūji, one ...
Greek pots have 'B-sides', and The Ajax and Achilles 'B-side' is a banger | Curator's Corner + Over the years many questions have been asked of the Ajax and Achilles playing dice amphora. Questions such as: 'What's on the back?' (@R. knudson, YouTube Comment, 2019) and 'COME ON, you ave to show us the back of the ...
Killing time during the Trojan War with Ajax and Achilles: Curator's Corner S5 Ep 10 When you think about the Trojan War (which we know you do a lot), you probably think about the great fight between Achilles and Hektor or maybe the MASSIVE wooden horse the Greeks used to finally defeat the Trojans after ...

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