Natural History Museum Brings Its Roadshow To Dorchester
8:30am 1st May 2014
"How to estimate the size of a shark" and "exploring a volcano" are both subjects on the syllabus for students at Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester today. (Thursday 1 May)
They're getting a visit from the Natural History Museum's Roadshow.
The rest of us will get a chance to meet the experts tonight, when a special Café Sci opens to the public in the School Theatre.
The discussion will be led by Dr Martin Munt who is the Head of Palaeobiology Collections at the Natural History Museum.
Dr Munt believes that the best geology in the world is the coast of the Isle of Wight and the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site of Dorset and Devon.
Doors open at 5.30 pm tonight and admission is free.