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From the first description of a cell in the 17th century to recently developed self-adjustable glasses, a new exhibition charts the history of medical science at Oxford.
A pair of hairy, wizened models of two of the earliest types of man to roam Britain have been delivered - and then swiftly hidden from view - at the Natural History Museum.
Having created a 3D work based on a heartbreaking tale, the artist explains why a trip to meet a family in America resulted in "a different way" of producing her work.
A new type of wasp, found by an entomologist from the Natural History Museum on a trip to Borneo, has been named after natural selection co-discover Alfred Russel Wallace.
The National Museum of Computing has welcomed the nephew of the man who decoded Hitler's Lorenz system and the son of the engineer behind the Colossus computer.
As the only British man on a group creative trip to the Arctic Circle, Chris Blade left his world of molten glass in Sunderland for “bearable” summer temperatures of -15°C.
From robotic creatures and real butterflies to the sounds of space and the experience of being in Antartica, here are seven exhibitions and festivals to enjoy.
A prehistoric exhibition will give visitors an exploration into evolution in Mammoths of the Ice Age at the National Museum of Scotland next January.
An example of an ICT 1301, one of the first mass produced computers, has been saved by the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park where it will be restored.
Neuroscientists from the University of Manchester are inviting the public to carry out dissections on more than 70 porcine brains at the Museum of Science and Industry.
A public appeal to return a sand-filled sculpture of a crocodile to an Edinburgh pond has had a happy ending for curators and David Livingstone fans.
Managers of a public square in Edinburgh have informed police after a 12-foot sand-stuffed crocodile, supplied by the library, was stolen by thieves in an overnight raid.
Dulcie Lee takes a final look at the Science Museum's tribute to the legacy of Alan Turing, the man who masterminded the success of the codebreakers at Bletchley Park.
Worn, torn and with strings protruding, the famous couch given to Freud in 1891 will be conserved by Poppy Singer in a process documented by artist Jeremy Millar.
Computing heroine Dame Stephanie Shirley says girls "must take advantage of the revival of computing" as an interactive, Google-UK backed gallery opens in Bletchley.