UNESCO partners with 1001 Inventions for 2015 campaign
National Educational Programme to launch in Egypt
1001 Inventions partners with the Library of Alexandria
United Nations 'International Year of Light 2015' to highlight 1,000 years of optics
Global record achieved for a 1001 Inventions exhibition
Visiting schools report positive engagement with science exhibition
World-premier show and educational productions
Dutch Premiere for Blockbuster 1001 Inventions
Award-winning production arrives in the Saudi capital
H.E Sultan Al Qasimi launched one of the biggest ever 1001 Inventions exhibitions.
Science Museum Lates
27th January 2010, 18:45 - 21:45
Dana decamps to the Science Museum as it opens its doors for an adults-only late-night extravaganza. Come and play in our newest galleries, and have a drink with friends.
Taking inspiration from our new exhibition 1001 Inventions, Lates this month explores the science and culture of Muslim civilisation. Join us as we marvel at early martial arts, bang out some beats on Sufi frame-drums and become all starry-eyed in our giant star dome.
Plus all your favourites are back to welcome in 2010. Kick start your New Year's resolutions by dancing off the calories at London's premier silent disco in our Exploring Space gallery and exercise your mental muscle at the legendary Pub Quiz.
1001 Inventions is hosted by the Science Museum and runs from 21st January - 30th June 2010. The exhibition traces the forgotten story of a thousand years of science from the Muslim world, from the 7th century onwards.
What happens at Lates?
Science Museum Lates is the exciting adults only event, held once a month, that invites you to experience the Science Museum after hours. So if you want an entertaining free night out, Lates is the place to be.
Lates provides the opportunity to explore the museum’s most popular exhibitions away from children. The museum is packed with over 50 interactive exhibits for you to get your hands on and each Lates has a varied programme of entertainment.