How do today’s scientific discoveries shape tomorrow’s world? Get the scoop on the most surprising science stories and the biggest breakthroughs in our Tomorrow's World gallery.
Tomorrow’s World brings you science news from every angle—from headline-grabbing gadgets to full-on feature exhibitions on hot topics.
Come engage with cutting-edge science, explore the implications of new technology, and share your thoughts on controversial issues.
Learn more about our new, free exhibition in the gallery, Injecting Hope: The race for a COVID-19 vaccine, exploring the worldwide effort to develop vaccines at pandemic speed. Now open until June 2024.
New for November 2023—Doctor Who 60th Anniversary Display
To celebrate 60 years of adventures in space and time, one of the Doctor’s most feared enemies has taken up residency in a new, free display next to Tomorrow’s World until Wednesday 3 January 2024. See an incredible custom-built Dalek, assembled by the workshop team at the National Science and Media Museum, with instructions from a vintage edition of the Radio Times on how readers could make their own. This tribute to the genius of Doctor Who highlights how the show has continued to inspire fan devotion, imagination and creativity over six decades.
Planning a school visit? Find out more information about the gallery for educational groups.
Hero film simulation visualisations courtesy of Barcelona Supercomputing Centre and NASA.