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Issue 18

In this latest edition, get a peek inside the Museum’s upcoming exhibition on the history of human occupation in Britain.

Karolyn Shindler digs into new research about the origins of ancient Egypt, and in the centenary year of WWI, read archivist Daisy Cunynghame’s take on the Museum’s contributions to the war effort.

Also this month, find out about the risks volcanoes and earthquakes pose to humans, colour abnormalities in birds and hear from sculptor Anthony Smith about his Alfred Russel Wallace statue.

Finally, don’t miss Nick Ashton telling us why he is inspired by the Museum.

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Forgotten naturalists - we take a look at men and women who made their mark in the scientific and natural world through skill, determination and overcoming the odds.

Science in the field - we reveal the latest research carried out in the field around the world.

Inside story - our scientists take the hot seat to discuss their work at the cutting-edge of the natural sciences.

Wildlife Garden - we unearth the diversity of flora and fauna of this urban oasis.

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