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ECRC research “on display” at the Natural History Museum

Viv and Hannah in “After hours Science Uncovered” event

ECRC research “on display” at the Natural History Museum

Dr Viv Jones and postgraduate researcher Hannah Robson joined over 350 scientists at the Natural History Museum’s “Science Uncovered” event on Friday 25th September.

Their interactive science station gave members of the public the chance to explore UCL Geography Environmental Change Research Centre’s work on the applications of palaeolimnology to conservation management, part of Hannah’s PhD research on breeding Common Scoter in the Flow Country, Scotland.

Demonstrations of coring were also provided, together with the chance to take a glimpse down a microscope into the fascinating world of diatoms.

Viv also took part in the Museum’s “Science bar”, a less formal chance for the public to chat to scientists over a drink about a range of science related topics.

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Viv Jones at the NHM


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