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A rare Georgian clock, capable of recording changes in air pressure and used at the dawn of climate science, has been acquired for the nation by the Science Museum.
Dress For Our Time, by award-winning artist and designer Helen Storey, is a unique installation that brings statistics, technology and fashion together to explore global migration.
Our Lives in Data, a new exhibition at the Science Museum opening on 15 July, investigates the rapidly evolving role of big data in all our lives and how it is being used to transform the world around us.