Science uncovered at Natural History Museum

September 25th is a red letter day for scientists at The Natural History Museum. From 3pm to 10pm you will find 1,000 amazing specimens and 350 world class scientists. Here’s the blurb: Try your hand at cave painting and get to know the human story. Learn how scientists are discovering the secrets of the cosmos and see some of the incredible creatures that inhabit the world’s oceans and forests. Refuel at one of the Science Bars, chat to scientists and join the debate about how the UK will be powered in the future. Take a behind-the-scenes tour and see some of the curiosities featured in the BBC Radio 4 series Natural Histories. Part of European Researchers’ Night, 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 from 6pm. ScienceUncovered

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