As English as Crown Joules and Fission Chips

By john joyce on 20 May 2011

Did you know about the particle detector labs hidden deep down in one of London’s “central” tube stations or the famous landmark that was originally built to double up as a site to observe the heavens? Find out with “London Science Uncovered”, the new location based game for London! The Museum of London Learning Department has teamed up with the Institute of Physics (external link) to take you on a tour of some of London’s famous and lesser known places of scientific discovery. A brand new smartphone game will guide you around the city, giving you activities and photo opportunities along the […]

Online pocket histories and picturebank… or the best project I've ever worked on

By rhiannon looseley on 25 Feb 2011

I’ve been pretty quiet over the last few months on the blog front, but behind the scenes I’ve been working away at lots of different things.  The project I’m most excited about is our Pocket histories and Picturebank project and I can exclusively reveal for the first time (in public anyway) that the products of this are due to launch in March! I blogged in August (can’t believe it was that long ago!) about the consultation that we did at the beginning of this project and a little bit about what we have planned, but now I’m back to tell […]