Nature Live Online
Meet our scientists and discover the fascinating work carried out behind the scenes at the Museum.
Hang out with the Nature Live Online team every Tuesday at 13.00 BST for interactive talks featuring topical discussions with our scientists and cutting-edge research.
From meteorites to mammoths, evolution to the climate crisis, Nature Live Online is a great way to explore the natural world.
All events are free to watch online on the Museum's website, YouTube channel or Facebook page. You do not need to enter any personal information to watch these broadcasts, although you will need to log in to Facebook or YouTube to leave a comment.
Tuesday 29 June, 13.00 BST
In February this year a meteorite blazed across the UK sky and landed in a driveway in Gloucestershire.
This incredibly rare event is giving Museum scientists a glimpse into what our solar system looked like when it was first forming. Join Alison Shean and researcher Ashley King as we reach back in time over 4.6 billion years and discover what meteorites like the Winchcombe fall tell us about the evolution of our solar system.
Upcoming Nature Live Online talks
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