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The Linnean Society of London

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The Linnean Society of London
Venue says Sept 24: Register for our free virtual talk on Key Land Plant Innovations in Bryophytes with Dr Silvia Pressel FLS

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Founded in 1788, The Linnean Society houses a collection of biological items obtained throughout its history.

The Linnean Society of London says
One of London's hidden gems full of unique and exciting treasures including Robert Brown's microscope used to describe Brownian motion and Charles Darwin's plant container (vasculum).
Situated in Mayfair, we are a charity interested in engaging the public in all things Natural History. Interested in culture, science, history or art? Well, we have something for everyone. You could listen to a free natural history talk, delve into our historical collection, take an art class, participate in a workshop or simply read in our stunning library.
Fancy more? By becoming a Fellow you will be able to contact like-minded individuals via our Fellow’s portal, receive exclusive content through our publications and be able to attend Fellow’s only events.



Address: Burlington House

Transport: Tube: Piccadilly Circus/Green Park
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