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Science Museum



  1. a museum in London, originating from 1852 and given its present name and site in 1899: contains collections relating to the history of science, technology, and industry

Example Sentences Including 'Science Museum'

(I only knew what it was because they sell them in the Science Museum 's mail order goodie book, and I'm a catalogaholic.
Val McDermid DEAD BEAT (2002)
Above left This cutaway ABC Dragonfly is in London's Science Museum.
Gunston, Bill Plane Speaking - a personal view of aviation history
An animal of more than 10 metres was unknown to us even in the 21st century," said Tadasu Yamada of Tokyo's National Science Museum.
Toronto Sun (2003)
Brit experts at the Science Museum say she's brunette, brown-eyed, British, five-foot-seven and boasts the vital statistics 35-23-34.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
In 1985, he was appointed chairman of the trustees of the Science Museum.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
It was exactly as she'd felt when taken on a school trip to the Science Museum.
Christina Jones TICKLED PINK (2002)
Science Museum **** It's not just fairytale queens who ask questions of mirrors.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
She also planned both the biology and medical departments of the Helsinki Science Museum.
British Medical Journal (2002)


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