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Survey: National Science+Media Museum collections store research

The Science Museum Group - which includes the National Science+Media Museum, Bradford - is currently undertaking its most ambitious project in a generation, to move over 80% of its collections to the National Collections Centre to Wroughton, near Swindon, by 2023.

As part of this move, the SMG is re-evaluating the service it provides for researchers who consult our archives, objects, and libraries in the course of their work. If you have ever used the library, archives, or collections at: - Science Museum London (including Dana Centre Library and Blythe House) - Science and Industry Museum Manchester (formerly MOSI) - National Science and Media Museum Bradford (formerly the National Media Museum) - National Railway Museum in York - Locomotion in Shildon - National Collections Centre, Wiltshire (formerly Science Museum Wroughton) the SMG wants to hear about your research experience, and your suggestions for how it could improve in future.

The survey should take a few minutes to complete. You will be offered the chance to win a £50 amazon voucher for taking part in the survey – the draw will be made in June, and the winner notified by email.

BPH would ask that anyone who has used the photography collections in Bradford complete the survey to ensure that the photography, photographic technology and printed materials are not overlooked. 

Survey for Researchers who have used Science Museum Group collections

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