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Computer History Museum Kicks Off First Affiliated Historian Program With IEEE Events

. June 30, 2010 . 0 Comments

The Computer History Museum (CHM) today announced its inaugural Affiliated Historian Program, which connects museum members and the larger Silicon Valley community with the thinking of respected technology academics and historians. In July, Dr. Ross Bassett, an Associate Professor of History at North Carolina State University, will use the museum’s extensive collection and archives as […]

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New Space Gallery at The Seattle Museum of Flight Breaks Ground

. June 30, 2010 . 0 Comments

Seattle’s Museum of Flight broke ground today on the first phase of its new 15,500-square-foot “Human Space Flight Gallery.” While the Museum has long planned to expand its space exhibits, the new state-of-the-art gallery is a precondition to being awarded one of the retiring United States Space Shuttles, which may be delivered on the back […]

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Railway Groups Work Together to put Mallard on Display at the National Railway Museum Shildon

. June 29, 2010 . 0 Comments

The National Railway Museum at Shildon will be working with The A1 Steam Locomotive Trust and the North Eastern Locomotive Preservation Group to put a record-breaking locomotive on display at the museum this summer. The magnificent LNER class A4 4468 Mallard will be leaving the National Railway Museum at York and travelling by rail to […]

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Science Museum ends record breaking year with launch of new ‘Who am I?’ gallery

Science Museum ends record breaking year with launch of new ‘Who am I?’ gallery

. June 28, 2010 . 0 Comments

Prof. Chris Rapley CBE, Director of the Science Museum, announced that the Science Museum has welcomed a 2,805,091 visitors through its doors in its Centenary year making 2008/9 the busiest year in its one hundred year history. The announcement was made at the launch of the Museum’s latest biomedical gallery ‘Who am I?’ and alongside […]

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SS Robin Steamship to Become Floating Museum

. June 28, 2010 . 0 Comments

SS Robin, the last remaining steam-coaster in the world, will be airlifted by two massive 600 ton cranes in a highly technical and challenging operation over June 27th & 28th. The lift, in Lowestoft, Suffolk, will be a dramatic and unprecedented operation to create a world-first floating museum. Two of the heaviest cranes in the […]

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