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Science from the Natural History Museum. John Jackson tweets on and research, collections and impact.
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NHM Oology Dec 5
Replying to @NHM_Tring
...and it is still in pride of place 114 years later in the research collections at
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NHM at Tring Dec 5
This incredible life size painting of a Moa was created by Frohawk for a lecture Walter gave on “Extinct & Vanishing Birds” as part of conference in 1905. This London conference included a special trip to Tring and included a dedicated train from Euston!
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NHM Fossil Fish Dec 2
Interview I & other shark researchers did with a few weeks ago about how long sharks have been swimming around for & why they are so awesome! They got my name right, just not quite where I work... 🦈
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Ana Riesgo 🇪🇺 👩🏽‍🔬🧬🔬 Dec 2
We had a mystery here at with this beautiful specimen for which we lost the label. Dr. Cristobo () recognized it and found that it is a specimen of Esperiopsis challengeri! Great taxonomy skills! 💪🏻
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Tim Blackburn Dec 2
Applications are open for , our M.Res. in Biodiversity, Evolution & Conservation, based in in partnership with and . See the website below:
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NHM Botany Dec 2
We've had a productive 3 weeks exploring historic herbarium specimens for systematics and genomics with visitor Lenka Raabova from University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Slovakia
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Cristina Diez-Vives Dec 1
Beautiful experience sharing our science to the public in the Nature Live of the . Many thanks to for doing it with me!
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Aida Verdes Dec 1
Today’s Nature Live brought to you by and talking about super sponges and their symbionts 🧽 🦠 at the studio. Another pass later in the afternoon, come on over!
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SAERI Nov 29
Amazing plant diversity at Patricia Luxton Nature Reserve including the rare and endemic Silvery Buttercup @CEHScienceNews
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Nathalie Swain-Diaz 🧜🏼‍♀️ Nov 29
At the themed tonight - the (& Hope the Whale) look stunning, especially with the installation in the Hintze Hall.
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Andy Purvis Nov 29
New & from , , , , me & others : Metrics & global maps of forest biodiversity intactness and importance, including effects of plantations
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BDJournal Nov 27
New ecological interactions module within - prompted by - to collate data from across disparate datasets into an institutional 'interactions bank' Software Description: .
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Stephanie West Nov 29
I’m doing a tomorrow at 12:30 & 2:30! Come and say hello!
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NHM Library&Archives Nov 27
NEW studies shed light on the evolution of extinct giant tortoises in the Mascarene Islands
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Natural History Museum Nov 27
The Earth is 4.5 billion years old. Modern humans have existed for 200,000 years, yet in that time we have fundamentally altered the systems of the planet on which we depend. Find out more about the age of humans, and why we should care about it 🌍
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James Maclaine Nov 26
Very happy to receive this, a baby ocean sunfish which was washed up in Norfolk recently. Many thanks and for collecting and delivering! Photos: Brian Smith.
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NHM Science Nov 27
Replying to @Wandle_Trust
This was around 1400 on 26 November
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Digitising the NHM Nov 25
Museum collections contain specimens collected hundreds of yrs ago like this pacific maple collected in November 1819. By releasing our data openly, global researchers can use our collections to answer questions on the and the future of biodiversity.
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Frances Wall Nov 27
Here is presenting the digitised database of Alan Woolley's catalogue of world alkaline rocks and carbonatites. See to access. see to buy latest book!
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NHM Science Nov 27
sure that others noticed this, but saw a lot of light surface oil all over the river as it emerges from the South Circular bridge by Southside in Wandsworth.
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