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.
Museum scientists have revealed the closest relations to ancient South American ungulates.
Studies on two jawbones, one 2.8 million years old and the other 1.8, give more clues to human origins.
The Museum's 150-million-year-old Stegosaurus stenops would have weighed around 1,600kg in life.