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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.

Planning a school visit? Find out more information about the gallery for educational groups.

Latest Objects

How can we get power from windy cities?

O-Wind turbine

Winner of the 2018 Dyson Prize for engineering design, the O-Wind is a new wind turbine currently in development. It's the first that can capture wind from any direction and spin to generate electricity.

This unique feature makes it perfect for use in cities, where wind is chaotic and unpredictable, and traditional wind turbines wouldn't work. 

Could we 3D-print habitats on the Moon?

A photograph of a 3D printed brick

The European Space Agency has used 3D printing techniques and artificial moondust to make a building block and small tools. In the future, we could mine moondust to build safe habitats for astronauts.
Could this be the future of living on the Moon?

The Science Museum's Tomorrow's World gallery is part of a broader initiative that lives online, on screen and in the real world. 

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Hero film simulation visualisations courtesy of Barcelona Supercomputing Centre and NASA.