Visit our blogs to catch up with the latest news from science departments at the Museum, and take part in discussions about our collections and research.
Updates from our plant scientists, zoologists and entomologists.
Get updates from our palaeontologists and mineralogists.
Updates from scientists studying and looking after our vast collection of microfossils.
News from the curators looking after our collection of over 9 million beetle specimens in the Entomology Department.
The latest cetacean strandings and sightings from the UK and beyond.
Get updates from Erica McAlister, Curator of Diptera in the Entomology collections team.
Reports from a team of conservators working to preserve four explorers' huts in Antarctica.
Join our scientists as they travel the world in search of Solanaceae.
Follow the curator of our huge fossil fish collection as they host visitors, attend public events and search for new specimens.
Hear about the latest curation projects and field work trips from the curator of fossil cephalopod and recent and fossil brachiopod collections.
Find out how we look after the Museum's conulariid and fossil bryozoan collections and how our specimens are used for scientific research.
Follow the tales of our moth and butterflies curator, who looks after our vast collection and is always willing to share beautiful pictures of the specimens.
Join Museum botanist Anne Jungblut on a research trip to South Georgia in the Southern Atlantic.
Join Nature Live and a team of Museum scientists as they explore biodiversity in the Isles of Scilly.