Chris Stringer and a team are using new tests to try to reveal the Piltdown hoaxer.
245-million-year-old fossils belong to Nyasasaurus, possibly the earliest dinosaur.
More than 200 projects are reviewed and a citizen science project guide produced.
From dodo bones to the first Neanderthal skull, find out the full 22 treasures.
Could there be blood in 2 new 46-million-year-old mosquitoes?
Chris Stringer is one of London's 1,000 most influential people in 2012.
Evidence of teeth in primitive jawed vertebrates has been found.
Hungry leeches, rummaging macaques and a praying mantis in the dining room, follow the blog.
Museum scientists reveal new proof of the Tissint meteorite's origin.
Scientists at the Museum identify a 520-million-year-old fossilised brain.
A huge 177 undescribed species of parasitoid wasps are identified.
Museum scientists help reveal feeding habits of crocodylians.
How do you determine what is the smallest animal? Museum scientist Ralf Britz explains.
Museum's Chris Stringer comments on the ancient human genome research.
Museum's Joe Michalski talks about the mission to land Curiosity on Mars.
Scientists detect cryptotephra, a microscopic volcanic glass, from an ancient Italian eruption.
Museum's Martian library gets a boost with the Tissint meteorite.
Summer-flowering orchids are flourishing and now’s a good time to spot them.
Museum scientists use techniques for designing F1 cars to reveal dinosaur feeding habits.
It's National Insect Week and so the perfect time to take a look at the latest bugs sent to the Museum. Watch the video.
Museum scientists reveal how the 4-legged dinosaurs stood for the first time.
The world's largest known sample of fossil humans are Neanderthals, according to a study by the Museum's Chris Stringer.
A study on the sex lives of penguins, too graphic for 100 years ago, is published. Watch the video.
35,000 genes are identified by sequencing the tomato genome.
The origin of the unusual beak of pufferfishes has been discovered by Museum scientists.
One human skull may look a lot like another. Chris Stringer highlights the features that ID Homo sapiens.