|The Natural History Museum Annual Review 2003 | 2004|
|Introduction||The Director's Review||Our Year||World Class Science|
|Opening Up the Collection||Darwin Centre Innovation||3 Million+ Visitors||A Place for Learning|
|Working for Us||Looking Ahead||Our Supporters||Financial Review|
|Corporate Governance||Previous Years' Reports|
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|Looking Ahead: 2004/05 exhibitions and events|
|A dazzling new blockbuster exhibition (details to be announced) and a scary new T. rex model are among the attractions planned for the coming year. For more information and to book tickets for special exhibitions and events, visit our website at www.nhm.ac.uk/exhibitions or call (020) 7942 5000.|
Face to Face. A compelling exhibition of works by the artist and photographer James Mollison, whose close-cropped portraits of orphaned apes
highlight the dangers threatening our primate cousins.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year. The exhibition of winning and commended pictures from the 2004 Wildlife Photographer of the Year opens
in October. The competition is organised each year by the Natural History Museum and BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Pfizer Annual Science Forum. The tenth annual lecture in this acclaimed series will be given by Dr Armand Marie Leroi, the evolutionary
developmental biologist and author of Mutants.
Public Open Meeting. An opportunity to hear about the Museum's plans, review performance, and ask questions. Museum scientists will be on hand
to talk about their work and show specimens. Entry is free but is by ticket only - please see our website for further information and to order tickets.
Richard Owen - The Man Who Invented Dinosaurs. A celebration of the gifted but controversial scientist Richard Owen on the
bicentenary of his birth. Admission free.
Until 28 November 2004.
Nature on our Doorstep. This photographic exhibition features the work of local photographers Jill Pakenham, Paul Keene, Andy Sands and Chris
Doncaster. At the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum in Tring.
Animal Mummies. A look at the different types of animals mummified by the Egyptians and other cultures, plus examples of natural mummification.
At the Walter Rothschild Zoological Museum in Tring.