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Check out the Science Museum blog to be the first to hear about new galleries and exhibitions, events, arts projects and some of the juicy stuff that goes on behind the scenes.
Discover the stories behind some of our objects and find out more about our collections and the work of our curators on the Stories from the Stores blog.
Follow the Dana Centre on Twitter for events that explore issues in contemporary science through dialogue, interaction, performance and art or check out Antenna, our fully integrated gallery and website that explores the latest news in science, technology, medicine, the environment and innovation.
You can also contribute your knowledge and memories to our pilot object wiki that features a selection of objects from our collections or search 230,000 objects from the collections of the Science Museum, the National Media Museum and the National Railway Museum.
If you're interested in how we're planning to provide access to re-usable and shareable collections data, there's a very informal, slightly more technical wiki with more information about museum APIs and our beta API that provides access to data about the objects in the Cosmos & Culture exhibition.