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22 June to 18 August 11.00–18.00
(11 am – 6 pm)
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The museum is a place for the whole family to enjoy exciting exhibitions, tours, and activities like our Science Show, Astronomy Show, workshops with rocket launches, kites, soap bubbles, flower printing, planter boxes, 3D printing, micro:bit, robot orchestra and much, much more. Keep updated on our daily activities throughout the summer at tekniskmuseum.no and Facebook.
Is the weather good? At our Summer Workshop we have many new exciting outdoors activities. You may also combine your visit to the museum with a swim in and picnic by the river Akerselva.
Join this open lecture by Fern Wickson to discuss genetically modified organisms (GMOs) in agriculture and the hunting of whales and seals in the North Atlantic. Photo: UiO/Terje Heiestad.
On July 20, 2019 it is 50 years since Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the Moon. The moon landing is one of the defining moments in the history of technology and science and one of the greatest media events in the last century.
The Norwegian Museum of Science and Technology marks the anniversary with an exciting exhibition telling the story of the Space Race and the conquest of the Moon.
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An Exhibition about Looking and Seeing
Do we see with our eyes or through them? In BLIND SPOT you can explore the relationship between what you see and what you perceive, through art installations and eye-related medical artifacts from diverse periods.
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Investigate the interactions between science, society, and culture: How have studies on human diversity been affected by new technologies, different visions of health and medicine, political/economic inequalities and racial ideologies? What kind of consequences can this research have for society and the lives of individuals? Exhibition period: 21 March 2018 – 15 December 2019.
A tinfoil recording from the early 1880s, made on an Edison phonograph, is being unveiled in Norway. The recording has been digitally restored by leading American experts. The anticipation is considerable. What is being said and who is talking? Could it be Thomas Edison himself?
Jon Kyllingstad: 'Race' and 'ethnicity' and the science of human genetic variation 1945-2012. Research project funded by the Norwegian Research Council’s SAMKUL-program.
Beatles fans and everyone interested in music technology have something to look forward to. From November 3, the Music Machines exhibition will include a Studer J37 tape recorder exactly like the ones used by The Beatles when they recorded Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Norsk Teknisk Museum
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