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Natural History Museum 20 Feb 18
Heart cockles - molluscs found in the Indo-Pacific region - have a symbiotic relationship with planktonic organisms which live within its tissues. Join us from 18.00-22.00 this Fri to discover all kinds of relationships in the animal kingdom at
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Natural History Museum Mar 15
🍸 Up-close science 🔍 Ask questions ❓ Visit exhibitions 🎫 Go behind the scenes 🔬 We're open until 22.00 on the last Friday of every month 📅
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Sam Barnett Aug 31
Sir Richard Owen received a platypus specimen just before the NHM opened. He thought someone was trolling him and proceeded to dissect the specimen looking for the stitching. He found none of course - and this is that platypus.
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Natural History Museum Apr 23
We're exploring nature's pharmacy at this month's . Grab a drink and chat to scientists about the power of plants, how sponges play a role in tackling cancer and how you rely on venomous animals more than you think. Join us this Fri from 18.00:
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Digitising the NHM Jun 28
Digitising the collection allows our collections to be accessed by more people than ever before and science to be conducted in new ways using data from around the world. Visit our stand in Hintze Hall for tonight's 18:00-22:00 to find out more.
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Natural History Museum Jun 24
Have you seen the Crystal Palace Park dinosaurs? Join us for a free Nature Live talk at on Friday to hear about the history of these south London inhabitants and how the latest technology is helping to preserve them for future generations: 🦖
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Natural History Museum 15 Jan 18
Loved ? Join us on 26 Jan for this month’s to hear from the BBC producers behind the landmark series, alongside Museum scientists and researchers:
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Natural History Museum 25 Apr 18
This Fri at we're looking at the impact humans have had on our planet. Explore human origins with our Museum scientists, plus we'll be joined by to hear about the crack down on the illegal wildlife trade. Fri 27 April, 18.00-22.00
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Natural History Museum Feb 20
Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection shook the scientific and religious world, seeing him clash with the Museum's founder, Richard Owen. Recreate the great debate that ensued at this Friday:
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Natural History Museum Oct 22
Join us for as this month we discover the female of the species. Grab a drink and chat to our scientists to discover how naked mole rat societies are organised around a queen, and how male spiders avoid becoming dinner. Fri 26 Oct 18.00-22.00:
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Natural History Museum May 27
Come and meet the relatives at this month's . Neanderthals inhabited our planet alongside Homo sapiens until their disappearance around 40,000 years ago. We'll be talking all things human evolution with Professor Chris Stringer:
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Natural History Museum Jan 21
Nick Lyon spent four years filming painted wolves to bring them to our TV screens as part of . Hear from him at on Friday to explore the vital kinship and social intelligence of these remarkable animals:
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Nicholle Bell Nov 30
boaty mcboatface, corals, new forest observation tech, deep sea exploration...great way to spend a Friday evening
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Natural History Museum 22 Jan 18
Come down to our this Fri! Listen to the Hans Zimmer soundtrack while enjoying a drink with Hope the blue whale, meet producers and Museum scientists at our science stations and get up close to specimens seen in each episode:
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Natural History Museum Nov 26
We've teamed up with for a free evening exploring the urgent challenges facing our planet. Join us at to find out how we can tackle these issues, chat to scientists and see Earth, an artwork by . Fri 30 Nov, 18.00-22.00.
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Natural History Museum Jan 14
We share approximately 99% of our DNA with bonobos and chimpanzees, but what makes us distinct from our closest living relatives, and what do we have in common? Hear from psychologist and primate expert at this month's .
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Natural History Museum Feb 12
We're celebrating Darwin and a whole host of other great explorers at this month's . Join us on Fri 22 Feb to begin your own epic voyage of discovery with pop-up science stations, talks and much more:
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Natural History Museum Jul 21
What does the solar system smell like? 👃 How do you identify a meteorite? 🔬 What do we know about water on Mars? 💧 Get answers to questions like these and more at on Friday where we'll be celebrating all things space 🌕✨🚀 (and it's free!)
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Natural History Museum Jun 24
Explore the wonderful diversity of nature on a free LGBTQ+ tour of the Museum at this Friday's . Spaces are limited to 20 people and we'll be meeting by the mastodon skeleton in Hintze Hall at 18.30 and 19.30.
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Natural History Museum Jan 25
is under-whale! We’re open until 22.00 tonight and this month we’re exploring all things intelligence 🧠
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