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Looking back 100 years into the creation of the Royal Air Force through the words of the pilots.
In preparation of the opening of our exciting new galleries, textile conservator Nicky Yates talks us through her treatment of Lieutenant Alfred Parr’s leather over suit, worn on his Arctic Expedition to the North Pole.
The best of astronomy this month: Look for the Moon beside Mars and Saturn in the early morning of 7th and 8th April.
Reflecting on the new blockbuster Black Panther, Sacha Coward explores the film’s relevance to the National Maritime Museum, a museum whose collections and themes are closely tied to the British Empire.
From 2014 the archives department has been focusing on cataloguing World War One manuscripts. In October 2017 while cataloguing, I came across the diary of a man who wrote only so his children would have something first hand from their father rather than just what they read in the news.
Political Agent is the eighth post in our series exploring the many fascinating identities Emma Hamilton held throughout her life. It explores Emma's extraordinary political influence during her time in Naples.
There are few influential female figures in Cutty Sark’s story but one notable character is Catharine Dowman, née Courtauld.
The Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year competition has changed its entrants' lives in many ways: from the medical school drop-out who gained the confidence of his parents, to the parent who built his own observatory after becoming fascinated by his son's astronomy homework.
Discover records relating to the Women’s Royal Naval Service in this new Caird Library and Archive display, February - June 2018.
What can the back of a painting tell us? Paintings conservator Lucy Odlin sheds some light on the often overlooked underside of Tudor masterpieces.