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1,000 specimens. 350 scientists. One extraordinary night.

Open your eyes to cutting-edge science and see how it shapes our understanding of the world around us. Join us at the Museum for a night of fantastic talks, tours and activities.

Keep up with all the action from Science Uncovered across Twitter with #SU2015 and @NHM_London.

Free admission. Free tickets to some activities will be available on the night.

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Visit a science station
Visit a science station
Meet scientists, see behind-the-scenes specimens and discover more about life on Earth at one of our science stations.
Discover Nature Live
Discover Nature Live
Take part in one of four topical discussions about cutting-edge research being carried out at the Museum.
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Get involved in a dynamic exchange of opinions at Soapbox Science, or chat with scientists over a drink at the Science Bar.
Play with science
From conservation to exhibition
Ecosystem Collapse and Food Chain Dominoes - try your hand at our nature games to learn about biodiversity and extinction.
Talks and tours
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Hear government Chief Scientific Adviser Sir Mark Walport talk on how we could power the UK in the future, or take a tour of the Museum's library.
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