E.huxleyi Coccolithophore electron microscope image.
In addition to the 80 PhD students at the Natural History Museum, there are over 300 researchers and curators, all having fingertip access to more than 70 million specimens, of which 800,000 are type specimens.
the Museum can offer researchers resources unavailable elsewhere.
The Natural History Museum is offering 2 PhD studentships starting in October 2013, one with the University of Bristol and one with the University of Southampton. Find out more and apply below.
The Natural History Museum does not have university status and is therefore unable to award degrees. Consequently, postgraduate studies have to be in collaboration with a university. All of the researchers at the Museum work with British and overseas universities. In addition, many researchers have visiting lectureship status.