Transport for London are delighted to be taking part in this month’s Science Museum Late on Wednesday 31 August. The theme of the evening is ‘Our Lives in Data’ and we’ll be offering a glimpse into the world of our data.

Our Lives in Data

Gallery view of Our Lives in Data – an exhibition exploring how big data is uncovering some of the diverse ways our data is being collected, analysed and used. This is also the theme of the ‘Late’ on August 31. Pic credit: Science Museum, London

Where and when

Venue: Science Museum
Exhibition Rd, London SW7 2DD,
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Wednesday 31 August 2016
18.45–22.00

Our Lives in Data

Science Museum Lates are a series of adults–only, after-hours theme nights that take place in the Museum on the last Wednesday of every month. Each entry in this ongoing series of events centres on a different theme, and this month the theme is ‘Our Lives in Data.’

Find out more about the event in this detailed description, where you’ll see that TfL will be found in the Human Data Zone. Come along on the evening to discover how TfL uses data and models to plan London’s future transport network. Immerse yourself in our open data and understand how people travel around London.

Tickets

Admission is free, though some events may require a ticket. Please see the Science Museum website or contact them for more details.

Posted by Stephen Irvine

Stephen is the Community Manager and Digital Blog editor for Transport for London

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