Focusing on projects at the Museum run by women, and announcing our Women Artists exhibition.
Natural History Museum moves up from fourth to third place in table of visitors to free UK attractions.
Evolution in action as small fish in a big pond lose out.
Shortlisted plans from the Museum grounds redesign competition are on show until 11 March.
New ancient animal species uncovered in Canadian Rockies.
Museum scans of 3.9-billion-year-old Apollo Moon rock could expose new insights into the Moon's geological history.
CBBC presenters discuss barnacle penises and Darwin's pet tortoise in the tank room.
Clues to early human existence revealed during ongoing excavation of Happisburgh archaeological site.
Breeding with Neanderthals allowed our ancestors to better cope with European winters, but also passed on diseases we suffer today.
Wolfson Foundation funding will allow the Museum to create a permanent display in the Rothschild Room.
As the new Volcanoes and Earthquakes gallery prepares to blast open, Museum volcanologist talks about predicting disasters and exploring off limits on the slopes of volcanoes.
Mystery beaver spotted in Devon could be the first wild case recorded in England since they were hunted to extinction.
Dr Mark Spencer gives evidence to Parliamentary committee on environmental impact of invasive non-native species.
Search for Earth's building blocks heats up as Rosetta nears its target.
Forensic testing reveals more about remains discovered 30 years ago.
Survey suggests few of us recognise the sounds of garden birds.
Lobster discovered in South African waters named after the country's remarkable leader.
A successful weekend event at the Museum highlights the ongoing problem of plastic pollution.
The weird to the wonderful. Read the 10 most popular science and nature stories of the year.
Research suggests tooth decay was prevalent in earlier human societies.
Unseen toxic stream of plastic flows below Thames surface.
On 13 Feb a new temporary exhibition opened here at the Museum entitled Britain: one million years of the huma...
Thu, 06 Mar 2014 16:40:06
From Canta, a road goes up the Río Chillon to Cerro de Pasco and the eastern side of the Andes – c...
Tue, 04 Mar 2014 14:10:20
As part of my job I often work with other curators and museum professionals. Part of having such a good networ...
Tue, 04 Mar 2014 13:02:44