Here are some highlights of V&A Dundee as the design museum prepares to open its doors on September 15:
A pocket watch that was recovered from a passenger who died on the Titanic has sold at auction for 57,500 US dollars (£44,765).
A former US Navy officer who first discovered the wreck of Titanic has described how the mission was originally a ruse to fool the Soviet Union.
The Hollywood director behind Oscar-winning movie Titanic said he strongly opposes cutting off and resurfacing sections of the world famous ship.
A £14 million bid to buy a collection of more than 5,500 artefacts from the Titanic wreck site and bring them to Northern Ireland has been launched.
As the cruise ship Magellan sailed away from Dundee, Lucy Anderson was there to wave it off.
Adele has celebrated turning 30 with a Titanic-themed birthday party.
Billy Zane has paid tribute to Titanic with a message for its cast and crew on the film’s 20th anniversary.
Dr Robert Ballard is probably best known for his 1985 discovery of the RMS Titanic, one of many subjects he answered questions on as part of a Reddit AMA with National Geographic.
The Oscar-winning score to blockbuster film Titanic has topped a list of the best selling classical albums from the past 25 years.