Natural history collections are revealing the responses of organisms to environmental change, across a range of timescales, biological groups and ecosystems.
Our scientists are studying midge and diatom assemblages to identify drivers of global climate change.
We are investigating the influence of food and temperature on body size change in ice age mammals.
The Museum's British and Irish plant collection is used in a range of innovative projects. Find out more.
This project investigates the impact of a dramatic increase in global temperature 55.8 million years ago.
Find out more about our team of Museum researchers and curators.