Learn how specimens from all over the world are put on display in the Museum.More about Lorraine Cornish
The Museum's galleries have dramatically changed over the last 30 years and many of our scientists have had a significant involvement in transforming how the Museum displays its collections to our visitors. Our scientists conceptualise, design and create exhibitions with a team of people including exhibition interpreters, joiners and education developers.
Their work has ensured that the Museum continues to create exciting and inspiring exhibitions about the natural world, showcasing some of the Museum's most precious specimens alongside innovative learning technology. These short clips show how Museum display is brought from conception to fruition in the galleries.
Discover how Angela envisioned the Dinosaur Gallery.
Find out how Angela negotiated controversial topics in designing this gallery.
Find out about Barry's work on exhibitions.
Discover why exhibition design had to change.
Find out about Brian's work on developing a new exhibition at the Museum.
Listen to Lorraine describe displaying the Archaeopteryx specimen.
Learn how specimens from all over the world are put on display in the Museum.
Discover how Neil made his mark on exhibition development.
Find out about Ollie's work on the Museum's Deep Sea exhibition.
Hear Richard describing the creation of a new type of exhibition.
Learn how sceintists help to design exhibitions.