Science Photographer of the Year

This new exhibition brings the art and power of science to life.
Stephen Heard
Published on May 24, 2020


MOTAT has secured the rights to present the Royal Photographic Society's Science Photographer of the Year exhibition. The exhibition arrives at the Museum of Transport and Technology direct from its opening season at London's Science Museum.

The images on display cover every aspect of scientific endeavour imaginable. Discover the beauty of raspberry mould, see eye to eye with a confused flour beetle, and get up close to the skull of 500-year-old King Richard III.

The Museum has selected 47 photographs to share with visitors and communicate the power of science. MOTAT reopens on Tuesday, 26 May after more than two months of lockdown. Alert Level 2 at the Museum will also see Parapara/Ingenious: Innovation in Aotearoa open on Tuesday, 26 May.

Image: Ribblehead Viaduct Star Trails, David Forknall.


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