Some of the earliest signs of modern human culture are linked to climate change.
One of 4 accolades for the Museum at the Museums and Heritage Awards 2013 ceremony.
Chytrid fungus has been found in caecilians for the first time.
People are being asked to examine the trees in their local area.
It's just about visible to the naked eye. Discover this new species and genus.
Museum scientists are finding the best way to study meteorites returned from Mars.
A rare double-eyed owl butterfly has emerged at the Museum.
The announcement follows The Duchess opening the Museum’s Treasures exhibition last year.
See over 200 spectacular black and white photographs by the world-leading photographer.
The live tropical butterfly house opens on the Museum east lawn from today.
A new Amazonian miniature fish is discovered.
Based on former Museum's curator's book, The Unfeathered Bird exhibition opens.
CT scans reveal details of the ancient flying reptile's braincase.
A DNA study on the giant squid used tissue samples from the Museum's Archie specimen.
Significance of Museum's 14,000-year-old engraved reindeer antler finally recognised.
Museum scientists find the first natural whale-fall in Antarctica and species such as the bone-eating worm.
Museum scientists have mapped the genetic code of 4 tapeworm species.
Brains had less room for complex functions and may have played a role in Neanderthals' demise.
The Broken Hill skull goes on display today in the Treasures Cadogan Gallery.
The Museum's giant squid and the recent footage are adding to our knowledge of this amazing cephalopod.
Go beyond dodos and dinosaurs to find extinction's survivors.
Chris Stringer comments on research that re-dates the last evidence of Neanderthals in Europe.
The origin of the unusual sucking disc is explained by Museum scientist.
This week the Museum starts celebrations for the 2013 centenary of Wallace's death.
More than half a million people have taken part in the OPAL project.
Museum scientist says evidence could be preserved in craters.
The photo competition is now open.
A western long-beaked echidna specimen was collected in 1901.
Sex habits of penguins, false widow spiders, the smallest mini mammoth and more.