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.
Braving ice-cold water pays off for research team who discover diverse microbial life flourishing at the bottom of an Antarctic lake.
Mammoth teeth study led by Museum palaeontologist reveals the origins of the Columbian mammoth and interbreeding with woolly mammoths.
Museum scientist helps discover two new species of extinct amphibians and the oldest reptile fossil skeleton ever found in South America.
Researchers reveal a link between tapeworm parasites and cancer-like infections in people with compromised immune systems.