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Open seven days a week, 10.00-18.00. Entry to the Museum is free.

Collider events

Find out more about Collider's high-profile event series which ran from November 2013 – April 2014 and explore video and audio highlights from these events.

16 April 2014

Particle Fever

Particle Fever follows the stories of six scientists and engineers involved in the world's greatest experiment, the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. They are among 10,000 people from over 100 countries, pushing the limits of technological innovation and scientific understanding in a quest to uncover the fundamental building blocks of our universe. Share their hopes, setbacks and successes as the LHC starts operations after decades of planning, history is made with the discovery of the Higgs boson, and experimental results challenge some long-held theories. 

For our special screening, we'll be joined by director Mark Levinson and star Monica Dunford for a pre-screening Q&A about physics and filmmaking.

27 February 2014

Big Science

18.00-21.00
Join historians Lisa Jardine and Jon Agar for a lively conversation about science and society from World War 2.

Read curator Ali Boyle's blog on the Big Science event and listen to the event on Soundcloud.

29 January 2014

Lates

18.45-22.00
The Science Museum’s Lates with MasterCard, is a free night for adults that takes place on the last Wednesday of the month. Join us in January for an evening of physics inspired events and entertainment.

14 November 2013

Fundamental Physics - Looking to the Future

Dana Centre
19.30-21.00
Nima Arkani-Hamed, one of the world’s leading and most exciting theoretical physicists, shares his ideas on where fundamental physics might be heading. Nima will be interviewed by Graham Farmelo, author of the Costa-winning biography of Paul Dirac and of the new ‘Churchill’s Bomb’.

12 November 2013

Q&A with Peter Higgs

10.45-12.00
This is a unique opportunity for young physicists to gain an insight into what inspired Professor Higgs in his big ideas about small particles and find out how the discovery of the Higgs boson after nearly 50 years of work has contributed to our knowledge of the universe.

Watch the full version via our Media Partner.

A spectacular double bill event to celebrate the opening of the exhibition

Science Museum IMAX theatre
16.00-18.00
£30 per ticket, which includes entry to the exhibition from 13 November 2013

An Audience with Stephen Hawking
A rare opportunity to hear from one of the world’s most eminent scientists on the role of fundamental physics and its place in the understanding of our universe.

Watch the full version via our Media Partner.

Great Art Meets Great Science
Join leading novelist Ian McEwan in lively conversation with theoretical physicist Nima Arkani-Hamed, inaugural awardee of the Fundamental Physics Prize, in an exploration of the similarities, differences and connections between art and science.

Watch the full version via our Media Partner.