John Scott holding a 3D printed model of his own brain showing physical structure from a scan.

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Engineering conservator Gemma Thorns works with a team from Unusual Rigging to hoist "Pilcher's Hawk" - a Monoplane glider, built by Percy Sinclair Pilcher, into the science and technology atrium in National Museums Scotland. 

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Conservator Isabel Wagner arranges "Requiem necklace for Guernica" of mixed metals, yellow metal and black steel with garnets and small beads and cross from antique rosary: English, London, by Wendy Ramshaw. ©National Museums Scotland

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Unusual rigging  and NMS engineering conservators hoist the "Slingsby Gul" into place in the Science and Technology atrium.

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Collections Care technician Kelly Rennie works with a miniature  book during a digitisation project for the NMS research library. 

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Dundee based artists Calum and Fraser Brownlee on residency at Scottish Sculpture Workshop, Lumsden, Aberdeenshire. 2014.

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Engineering conservator Darren Cox works on a model of Foster's patent stereo web printing and folding machine, used in newspaper offices.

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NMS curator Emily Taylor dresses a mannequin in a dark green silk velvet dress, fastening at the front with a standing collar with lapels, bodice front and cuffs trimmed with dark green ribbed silk, full-length sleeves and the skirt shaped for a bustle at the back with a large self-material bow: Scottish, Edinburgh, by Gowan and Strachan, c.1885 - 1888

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NMS principal conservator of textiles Lynn Maclean and fashion curator Georgina Ripley style a man's placket shirt, of white cotton,: London, England, by Craig Green, Spring/Summer 2015

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John Scott, whose brain was scanned to produce this model showing neural pathways, laser etched in glass.

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