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Digital Schools Sessions

Let us bring our museums to your class.

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Ian Brown

Ian Brown is Assistant Curator of Aviation.

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Loans from our collection

From Paris to Perth, we lend objects from our collection to museums around the world. Find out where you can see our objects and how to request a loan here.

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Annual Review 2015

Our Annual Review celebrates our achievements and sets out ambitions for the coming year.

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Powering Up Schools Science Outreach

Powering Up was a schools and communities science outreach project funded by the ScottishPower Foundation.Between 2017 and 2020 we worked with primary schools, families and communities in Midlothian, South Lanarkshire, Perth & Kinross, North Ayrshire and West Dunbartonshire to take science engagement to them.

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Disentangling wing shape evolution

A recent paper looks at the wing shapes of a South African mayfly, known as the spiny-crawlers (Teloganodidae).

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Major Art Fund donation to Galloway Hoard campaign as public appeal is launched

The campaign to raise the £1.98 million required to save the Galloway Hoard for the nation has received a significant boost thanks to a funding contribution of £400,000 from Art Fund. The generous donation takes the campaign to secure the hoard - the richest collection of rare and unique Viking-age objects ever found in Britain or Ireland - to the half-way point.

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Research reveals secret of who owned the Galloway Hoard

First research into the Galloway Hoard has uncovered the name of one of the famous treasure’s original owners.

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Conservation of Cross from Galloway Hoard Reveals “Supreme” Example of Anglo-Saxon Metalwork

New images reveal the stunning detail of an Anglo-Saxon cross buried for over a thousand years as part of the Galloway Hoard, one of the UK’s most important archaeological finds of recent times

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STEM engagement

Find out more about the diversity of our science collections, our research and our commitment to science communication through formal and informal learning.

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