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Jul 24, 2015 What's on that wall? | The Microverse
Today one of our Microverse citizen science project participants, Robert Milne, presents his own interpretation of the results of the microbial samples collected from Mid Kent College in Gillingham where he is a student:   The results:  ...
Jul 10, 2015 A Very Busy Time! | Identification Trainers for the Future
Our trainees on the Identification Trainers for the Future project have been extremely busy since our last blog post, here's Mike Waller with an update on what they have been getting up to!   The trainees puzzle over their latest capture (L-R:...
Jul 8, 2015 Postcard from India
Posted on behalf of Ranee Prakash, Curator of Flowering Plants in the Plants Division, Department of Life Sciences.   Wadakam (Hello!),   We are happy to share our recent journey to the Nilgiris in Tamilnadu, southern India in March - April...
Jul 2, 2015 What to look out for in July | Orchid Observers
For July, the Orchid Observers team are simultaneously excited and fretting. We're excited because we're planning field trips to see the next orchids on our hit list, but we're also concerned about the flower spikes scorching in the sun and wilting. It...
Jun 28, 2015 DNA on the Dinosaurs: swabbing Crystal Palace’s icons | The Microverse
Crystal Palace Transition Kids and Friends of Crystal Palace Dinosaurs swab the first ever dinosaur sculptures the world had ever seen, to help us identify The Microverse. Ainslie Beattie of Crystal Palace Transition Kids and Ellinor Michel of the Museum...

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