Evolve issue 15
Keep up to date with our ever-changing natural world and those who study it in the Museum's new Evolve magazine.
Evolve is packed with 72 full-colour pages and fascinating features.
Members of the Museum receive Evolve as part of their Membership. There is no extra charge for delivery.
Non-Members can buy the magazine in our Museum shops or subscribe online.
Evolve magazine gives you an insight into the natural world and the work of the Museum both in the UK and around the world. It features interviews, exhibition news, events for your diary and some of the essential research done in our 5 science departments.
Evolve issue 15 opens with a look at some of the amazing photographs that make up renowned photographer Sebastião Salgado’s Genesis exhibition at the Museum. The images capture the balance of human relationships with our fragile planet.
We have a special feature on Wallace100, the worldwide celebration of Alfred Russel Wallace, the co-discoverer of evolution by natural selection, on the centenary of his death. Award-winning writer Richard Conniff contributes to the feature with a look at the stories behind the latest acquisitions to the Museum's 70 million-plus collection of specimens from Wallace's expeditions.
Dr Joe Michalski delivers a second instalment of news from the Mars Curiosity rover, including what the rover has uncovered since the last issue and how scientists are interpreting the results.
Finally, comedian Bill Bailey tells us why he is inspired by the Museum. And Karolyn Shindler takes a closer look at Martin Hinton, former Keeper of Zoology at the Museum and suspect in the Piltdown Man forgery.
Read an article from Evolve issue 12 PDF (4.2 MB)
If you are not a Museum Member, you can buy a single copy of Evolve from the Museum shops or get an annual subscription online. A single copy is £4. Back issues are also available at £3.50 per copy.
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