Science in the field
In February 2013, Natural History Museum scientists will set off for Popocatepetl in Mexico, to carry out fieldwork around the second highest volcano in North America. Constantly erupting, Popocatepetl is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. This exciting project will collect samples that will tell us all about its history and about the different magmatic processes that have occurred during its lifespan.

Join us to discover the benefits this data can bring to society and find out how science works in such a high risk environment. For full details and to express an interest in taking part, email videoconferencing@nhm.ac.uk
Extinction: Not the End of the World?
This highly topical exhibition takes us beyond dodos and dinosaurs to explore the crucial role extinction plays in the evolution of life. Can conservation save species or could we be on
the verge of causing the next mass extinction?

The exhibition opens on 8 February 2013.
Prices for school groups are 3 per student,
with free entry for adult helpers.
What does extinction mean to you?
Teacher twilight evenings
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Meet the Scientist
Give your post-16 students the opportunity to meet a Museum scientist in the dynamic, state-of-the-art setting of our David Attenborough Studio. Questions are encouraged throughout the facilitated discussion and a broad variety of topics are covered, including forensic entomology, fossil research and malaria.
Find out more
Natural treasures
Encourage your students to uncover the extraordinary objects and specimens on display in the Museum's beautifully designed new gallery. From a Barbary lion skull to a dodo skeleton, we have treasures to amaze everyone.
Nature Live
Enjoy Museum science in your classroom with our Meet the Scientist events, streaming live over the spring term. If you want to know more about this innovative digital resource and find out dates, contact Sally Collins on s.collins@nhm.ac.uk
Live classroom streaming

Call our Bookings Office on 020 7942 5555 for
school visit enquiries and bookings.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

January 2013

 
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