Science Uncovered: European Researchers’ Night | 25 September
Science Uncovered: European Researchers’ Night | Natural History Museum | 25 September | 3pm-10pm | FREE
1,000 amazing specimens. 350 world-class scientists. One extraordinary night at the Natural History Museum.
Discover more about the world around you as the Natural History Museum opens its doors for Science Uncovered, giving you exclusive access to leading scientists, rarely-seen parts of its collection, and a glimpse of life at the Museum.
This annual festival of science is fun, free and gets better every year. Science Uncovered is open to everyone, but is most suitable for adults after 6pm.
As well as the chance to chat with experts over a glass of wine in the Science Bar, highlights will include:
Science Stations where you can learn about groundbreaking research
The chance to hear about how digitisation of the NHM Collections is improving our understanding of the natural world
A display of some of the curiosities featured in the BBC Radio 4 series Natural Histories
A talk by Sir Mark Walport, Government Chief Scientific Adviser, about the future of power provision in the UK
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