Look out for orchids and help scientists see how climate change is affecting flowering times.
Museum announces a partnership with BBC Radio 4 to begin 2 June 2015.
Research on human remains from Gough's Cave points to ritual cannibalism.
Museum scans give clues to the lives of a strange deep-sea wood-eating creature.
Visit the popular summer attraction on the Museum lawn, open now until 13 September.
A new study gives a global view of biodiversity damage since the 1500s. There has been an average drop of 14 per cent in local ecosystems.
A live coral reef and a panoramic virtual dive are just some of the amazing sights in store for visitors to the new Museum exhibition, Coral Reefs: Secret Cities of the Sea.
Museum scientists have revealed the closest relations to ancient South American ungulates.
The Museum's new display tells the story of Neanderthals and modern humans in the UK and opens on 14 March.
Studies on two jawbones, one 2.8 million years old and the other 1.8, give more clues to human origins.
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In the final post in our series of blogs introducing our new trainees on the Identification Trainers for the F...
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 09:20:30
In our second to last post in our series introducing our trainees on the Identification Trainers for the Futur...
Tue, 21 Apr 2015 16:30:06
The next of our new trainees to introduce themselves is Katy Potts. Katy is a keen entomologist and has volunt...
Thu, 16 Apr 2015 16:15:54