Look out for orchids and help scientists see how climate change is affecting flowering times.
Museum announces a partnership with BBC Radio 4 to begin 2 June 2015.
Research on human remains from Gough's Cave points to ritual cannibalism.
Museum scans give clues to the lives of a strange deep-sea wood-eating creature.
A new study gives a global view of biodiversity damage since the 1500s. There has been an average drop of 14 per cent in local ecosystems.
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, similar to the size of a small rhino.
Researchers have identified environmental impacts on marine animals during global warming in the Jurassic, suggesting how climate change might affect modern marine ecosystems .