Engineer Your Future

Young people will be inspired to think like engineers and have their preconceptions challenged in a free interactive exhibition that is to open at the Science Museum this December. Engineer Your Future, a three-year exhibition opening in the Science Museum’s contemporary science wing, will put visitors’ problem solving skills to the test, exploring engineering through large-scale, high quality interactive games and digital experiences that bring to life the skills engineers use every day. Visitors will discover some of the fascinating stories of women and men who work in engineering today, with striking objects and an accompanying film illustrating cutting-edge engineering and exploring how engineers design, improve and test their ideas.

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Permanent exhibition

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Churchill's Scientists

Event at Science Museum until 01.11.2018 0:00

Marking the 50th anniversary of his death, Churchill’s Scientists tells the little-known story of how Churchill’s fascination with science led to the scientific achievements that helped Britain win...

Challenge of Materials

Event at Science Museum until 01.11.2018 0:00

Explore and experience the properties of materials in our eye-opening Challenge of Materials gallery. Walk across a magnificent glass bridge suspended by steel wires spanning the main hall. Discover...

Glimpses of Medical History

Event at Science Museum until 01.11.2018 0:00

From Neothlithic times to 1980, relive the absorbing (and sometimes gory) history of medicine. Explore the remarkable work of doctors, dentists, opticians and surgeons through models and life-size...

The Secret Life of the Home

Event at Science Museum until 01.11.2018 0:00

From pop-up toasters to horse-drawn vacuum cleaners, take a closer look at the development of household appliances. Most of the objects on show date from the late 19th and the 20th century. But...

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