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Great botanical illustrators from across the centuries, including the artist who made a fateful trip with Captain Cook and important contributors to science, feature in Tring.
From the Thames and Kew Gardens to Greenland and journeys through the Earth, May is an inspiring month in Science and Nature. Here are a few exhibitions we've spotted.
From a Bank Holiday party in Cambridge to the inspiring Museums at Night and the opening of the £27 million Mary Rose Museum, here are our history highlights this month.
Taken from Anglo-Spanish historical resources, Cambridge University Library's new show features bandits, murderers, inmates and a gossip-hungry public.
A British Army helicopter, seen by every soldier taking part in the campaigns during the past 35 years and only retired last year, is now awaiting visitors to Duxford.
Paul Nash's description an "outbreak of talent" during his time at the Royal College of Art is explored in a show featuring work by Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, Edward Burra at the Fry.
The Scott Polar Research Institute, in Cambridge, has acquired one of Captain Scott's "last letters", buying one of his only dispatches still in private hands for £79,000.
From Hepworth to Pembrokeshir, here's what the ten museum vying for the £100,000 prize have to say for themselves this year.
Bones in Coventry, pests in London, steel science in Sheffield and rumbles and groans in Manchester in our round-up of some Science and Nature highlights this month.
The works of revered photographer Humphrey Spender, known for capturing social upheaval including mass anti-poverty marches during the 1930s, make for snapshots of everyday life in London more than......
The Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology at the Museum of Zoology explains why a bone from the collection is one of the most extraordinary she's ever seen.
Imperial War Museum Duxford is preparing to open its first major permanent exhibition since 2007 revealing the history of the airfield and the men and women who served there.
As part of a guest series from the University of Cambridge, take a look at a reed-dwelling bird which is thriving again after an uncertain few years.
Debates on the quest for immortality, the potential energy crisis and the economy of the natural environment form part of the University of Cambridge's annual festival.
Find out about aliens, cholera and sword-swallowing in London, or try Cambridge Science Festival, Space-craft in Glasgow and two exhibitions celebrating female pioneers.