This gallery presents topical science and technology stories in a style ideally suited to students. Recommended for KS3 upwards.
The most surprising science stories, the biggest breakthroughs, the headline-grabbing gadgets. Using displays and touch-screen interactives, gain insights into:
- Advances in modern science and technology.
- The way scientists work.
- Social and ethical implications of scientific and technological developments.
Students can also review and rate the latest ideas alongside the opinions of leading scientists, engineers, designers and thinkers.
Tomorrow's World comprises a series of small displays about topical science stories. The displays change every few months to reflect the newest developments and innovations.
The Science Museum's Tomorrow's World gallery is part of a broader initiative that lives online, on screen and in the real world. Discover more science stories at bbc.co.uk/tomorrowsworld. TOMORROW’S WORLD is a trademark of the British Broadcasting Corporation and is used under licence.
This gallery is open access and you can explore at any time during your visit. We do not allocate specific time slots so you can fit it around other activities that you may have booked.
This page is for educational groups; for general visitor information, please see the main gallery page.
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Explore the science of who we are through intriguing objects, artworks and interactive exhibits.
For KS3 upwards.