By Lisa Glass
In Langhorne Gardens, a residential area near Folkestone seafront, an imposing stone figure gazes across the English Channel.
By Camilla Rostvik In 1952 Rosalind Franklin stared down upon her successful X-ray crystallography photo of DNA, unveiling
By Carolyn Dougherty The Bowes Museum is the former home of John and Josephine Bowes, avid collectors of European art in the
By Ruth Wainman ‘The Birthplace of the Wooden Wonder’- The de Havilland Aircraft Heritage Centre, London Colney,
By Lee Macdonald Kew Observatory is close to the River Thames in the Old Deer Park, Richmond, Surrey. It is not open to the
By Dan Shamaun Canterbury is a city rich in history. Many of the buildings within the city walls have long and interesting
By Bill Griffith Chemical Landmark Plaque for Lord Porter of Luddenham, OM PRS, at Imperial College Presentation of this