Natural History Museum After Hours: Science Uncovered

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An after-hours opportunity to see some of the work of the 300 international scientists who use the museum's collections to research global problems such as disease, climate change and threats to biodiversity. Several never-seen-before specimens will be unveiled at the event, including the teeth of Boxgrove man, the oldest human remains found in Britain. There are tours of the galleries and collections and 'mystery objects' sessions, as well as hourly shows in the Attenborough Studio focusing on a variety of scientific issues and projects.



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