Biology News
New Centre for Human Evolution Research announced - The Natural History Museum


The Natural History Museum
Professor Fred Spoor studies early human evolution, mostly in Africa. He is affiliated with fieldwork projects in Kenya and Ethiopia, and most of his work is based on newly-found fossil skull and jaw remains. He uses advanced imaging techniques, such ...

Rome's Zoology Museum: Diverso per natura - Wanted in Rome


Wanted in Rome
22 Dec-30 June. Rome's Museum of Zoology hosts an exhibition showcasing the biodiversity of the capital and its hinterland, based on the museum's latest findings. The capital's parks and ancient ruins provide a habitat for dozens of species of wild ...

State testing in biology, US History may not count for final grades next year - Jackson Clarion Ledger


Jackson Clarion Ledger
The state Board of Education wants to delay a policy that will count end-of-course exam scores in biology and U.S. History into students' final grades. Mississippi requires public school students to take standardized tests in algebra, English II and ...

Finnish Museum of Natural History Botanic Garden

Helsinki - Finland

Maintains a collection of living plants for use in research and teaching, and takes part in an international seed exchange. Information about public and research collections, greenhouses, and tours.

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Science at the Natural History Museum
United Kingdom

A world leader for research on taxonomy and biodiversity.

Bulletin of the Natural History Museum
United Kingdom

Journals that highlight botany, entomology, geology and zoology. Site includes pricing details.

Natural History Museum: Mosses
United Kingdom

Photographs of mosses, including scanning electron microscope images of leaf surfaces and spore capsules.

Natural History Museum Publishing
United Kingdom

Produces a wide range of natural history books and bulletins. Full catalog with online shopping.

Natural History Museum - Biodiversity
United Kingdom

Discusses about biodiversity, its destruction, and problems arising due to it. Also includes the Museum's work which is helping in the study and conservation of biodiversity.

Natural History Museum: Biodiversity
United Kingdom

The term biodiversity describes the variety of life on Earth, from micro-organisms to mighty whales, along with the habitats they depend upon. Discover why the world’s biodiversity is under threat and what will happen to us as biodiversity decreases. Also, find out about the problems that come with trying to measure it, and how the Museum’s work is helping in the study and conservation of biodiversity.

Herpetology at the American Museum of Natural History
United States

Department information, a list of collections and amphibian species of the world checklist.

United Kingdom

A leading research center on taxonomy and systematics located in London, England. Includes the Darwin Centre.

Tallahassee Museum of History and Natural Science
United States

Combining a natural habitat zoo of indigenous wildlife, historical buildings, and an environmental science center. Classes, hours, directions.

Florida Museum of Natural History: Swordfish
United States

Biological profile of Xiphias gladius with many photographs and information on its taxonomy, distribution, distinctive features, reproduction and interaction with humans.