A major new gallery that will tell the incredible stories of how communications technologies have transformed our lives over the past 200 years. Featuring hundreds of objects from the Museum’s world-class collections, many of which have never before been on public display, the gallery will occupy the largest exhibition space in the Museum. Rare exhibits will include the extremely sensitive instruments which detected the first transatlantic telegraph messages in 1858, the BBC’s first radio transmitter 2LO, and a BESM-6, the only Russian supercomputer in a museum collection in the West.
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...
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