More than 350 scientists work here in earth and life sciences, our core research labs and library and archives.
An acclaimed research institution, we publish over 700 scientific papers a year with international collaborators.
A team led by a Museum scientist has discovered a new species of Australian death adder in the Kimberley region of the country.
An opal that can trap microbes on Earth has been found in a Martian meteorite, suggesting a new target in the search for signs of life on Mars.
Spiders strike elaborate poses to catch the breeze and sail across salty and turbulent waters, reaching new lands quickly.
The common British seaweed Irish Moss displays a blue shine using unique structures that bend light, according to a new study.name Geophilus hadesi, after Hades, the Greek god of the underworld - See more at: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/our-science/science-news.html#sthash.woSUXs7o.dpuf