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What's On at the Museum of Natural History
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What's On

at the Museum of Natural History

Come and see the giant, 28-metre long E. coli... created by artist Luke Jerram and on loan from the University of Sheffield for our Bacterial World exhibition

To find out what's on see our January-April 2019 programme, featuring events and activities for all ages, including special events for the Bacterial World exhibition.

All our free bookable events and paid events are listed online, and there are plenty of drop-in activities too. Find something you like and we hope to see you soon!

A few highlights coming up soon...

The Societies Inside You
Thursday 31 Jan, 6.30-7.30pm

Talk

Professor Kevin Foster shares his research on cooperation and competition in microbes and how this can affect your health.
Free, book here.

Bee Identification
Saturday 16 & Sunday 17 Feb
9.30am-4.30pm

Course

A great chance to learn how to identify British bees in a two-day course with specialist Steven Falk.
£60. Book here.

Life's Secret Agents
Monday 18 - Wednesday 20 Feb, 1-4pm

Half-term Family Friendly

Bacteria are everywhere, including in and on you! Find out more about these tiny superheroes with our bacteria-themed crafts and games.
Drop-in

Stealing from Dangerous Bacteria
Wednesday 20 Feb, 6.30-7.30pm

Talk

Prof Mark Howarth tells us how an understanding of disease-causing bacteria can lead to powerful new tools to cure genetic illness.
Free, book here.

Speed Date Specimen Sketching
Thursday 21 Feb, 7-9pm

Workshop

Fill your sketchbook with natural forms and meet your dream specimen at this high speed drawing event.
Free, book here.
Special exhibition - until 28 May 2019
The hidden story of the smallest of lifeforms and their influence on the past, present and future of our planet
www.oum.ox.ac.uk/bacterialworld
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Visit the Mindgrowing website for full listings
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