The Science Museum has set up a fantastic platform allowing everyone to vote for the best past and future innovation. Some nominees include testimonials from famous individuals including Stephen Hawking, Evan Davis, Stephen Fry and Tilly Blyth.
Currently the number one past innovation is Alan Turing’s Universal machine, followed closely by the World Wide Web. In the future innovation category, the Raspberry Pi is romping away with a whopping 30% of votes.
Take a look at the other contenders, there’s only 8 days let to vote so don’t dilly-dally. Which ones are you voting for and why? [topbritishinnovations]