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May 28, 2015 Bedford Girls' School meet Dr. Anne Jungblut| The Microverse
This week we hear from Freya Bolton and Emily Stearn, students at Bedford Girls' School, about their experience of visiting the Museum to meet with the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity team and Dr Anne Jungblut who leads the Microverse project....
May 27, 2015 Lyme Regis Fossil Festival: 10 years inspiring the next generation of scientists and naturalists | Identification Trainers for the Future
As we enjoyed the bank holiday weekend just gone, we were reminded of the previous one where our trainees on the Identification Trainers for the Future project travelled to the 'Jurassic Coast' to help out at the annual Lyme Regis Fossil Festival. One of...
May 15, 2015 Glimpses of the wonderful | Identification Trainers for the Future
Our trainees on the Identification Trainers for the Future project have now finished Phase 1 of their programme and are busy working on Phase 2. During Phase 1 they had the opportunity for a fantastic introduction to the work and collections of the...
May 15, 2015 DNA sequencing | The Microverse
Advances in DNA sequencing technology are occurring at an incredible speed and Kevin Hopkins is one of the Museum's Next Generation Sequencing Specialists working with the sequencing technologies used at the Museum to produce relevant data for our...
Apr 23, 2015 Introducing Chloe Rose | Identification Trainers for the Future
In the final post in our series of blogs introducing our new trainees on the Identification Trainers for the Future project we meet Chloe Rose:   My name is Chloe Rose, I am 30 years old and have spent the last 10 years enjoying living by the sea...

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