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Conservation at the Natural History Museum London

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Conservation is a centralised operation working across all departments at the NHM . The care and preservation of the 80 million collection items is at the heart of what we do. In addition to outlining the main aspects of the Conservation Centre’s work this illustrated talk will highlight some of the recent high profile projects the team have been involved in. Ranging from Hope the 4 tonne Blue whale skeleton now suspended in Hintze Hall to Archaeopteryx travelling to Tokyo and Dippy the Diplodocus going on a UK Tour.

This talk is part of the Sedgwick Club talks series.

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