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The theme for AAC 2010 is "Discovery"-Archives in Science, Technology & Medicine. Find out more here

Everyone has a history and we've got a bit of yours!

Discovery-Archives in Science, Technology and Medicine is celebrating the stories behind some of the most ground breaking inventions from the 19th century and the men and women who have made contributions to the field. From inventors, industrialists, engineers to local heroes, there have been many who influenced the course of the history in Britain and changed the way we see the world. See events to find out the many scientific exhibitions, open days and talks taking place in an area near you.

About archives

Living the Poor Life: untold history of the Victorian poor now online.

Latest UFO files released at The National Archives.

See Canterbury Cathederal Archives newsletter for info on Royal Society member John Deane (1800-1884) & Caterbury district Local Heroes competition for 'Discovery'.

Join Derbyshire Record Office on a journey of discovery-to celebrate Derbyshire's links with the world of medicine, science and technology.

Voices of African Super Heroes project looks at the heritage and history of the African community in Birmingham. See flyer for details.

See some of the treasures of the National Archives collected over 1000 years of British history.

Why not visit the Women's Library and find out about the unsung heroes behind feminism.

Event Spotlight

Discovering Islington Local History Centre's Collection

Islington Local History Centre

9-21 October 2010

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