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Future ocean resources at Science Uncovered



Natural History Museum


Join us at the Natural History Museum to explore the frontiers of ocean science.

Actinostolid anemones and mats of filamentous bacteria at the world’s deepest known hydrothermal vents, 5,000m deep on the Mid-Cayman Spreading Centre, British Overseas Territories. © University of Southampton.

The ocean is valued by people around the world for food, energy, transport and recreation, but how might we use it in the future?

Join our experts at the Natural History Museum and discover the possibilities for future ocean resources over a drink. 

Get hands-on with samples and chat to scientists whilst exploring our interactive map.

This event is part of Science Uncovered for European Researchers’ Night.

  • Free and open to all
  • Spaces limited for some activities
  • Tickets for special activities will be available on the night on a first-come first-served basis
  • Find out more on the Natural History Museum’s website.

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