National Justice Museum partners with anti-knife crime charity

Choices and Consequences workshops are run in partnership with Ben Kinsella Trust

Big Pit opens men’s shed to combat isolation

Partnership with Men’s Sheds Cymru part of growing movement

Science Museum Group crowdsources menstrual products for collections

Museum accessions 34 objects in first phase after Twitter appeal

Gentileschi self-portrait tours to GP surgery and girls' school

Masterpiece will be displayed at a range of unusual venues

Pictured: Ashkaamne (matrilineal inheritance), 2019, by Wendy Red Star, a born-digital work produced for the 2019 Art+Feminism Call to Action Art Commission

Ulster Museum to host feminist Wikipedia editing event

Events aims to improve representation and build skills

Science Museum Group launches second teacher training academy

Free one-day courses use “science capital” approach

Chatham Historic Dockyard signs up for Time to Change pledge

Heritage site makes commitment to mental health of staff and volunteers

3D printing brings ancient Egyptian instruments to life

Original artefacts have been scanned and reproduced for visitors to play

Margot James, the minister for digital and the creative industries, tries a VR headset

NHM and Science Museum in £5.7m mixed-reality project

Visitor experience to mix real and virtual environments for two exhibitions in 2020

People’s History Museum appoints playwright in residence

Labour party archives used for play on infamous Bermondsey by-election

A co-design workshop with the V&A's children's forum. Photo: Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Children provide brief for V&A Museum of Childhood architects

Ongoing “co-design” exercise takes direction from local schools, families and teachers

Robocase promises to bring fragile objects up close

Mechanised arm allows safe, close-quarters viewing of a variety of delicate objects