Grant Museum of Zoology exhibits animal brains, Great Barrier Reef expeditions, fossil, skeletal, comparative anatomy skulls, limbs and partially prepared specimens etc.
Grant Museum of Zoology A zoological London Museum at University College London, founded in 1827 by Robert Edmond Grant as a teaching collection. Grant was the first Professor of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy in England and upon arrival at the University found no teaching materials with which to conduct his courses.
It exhibits a collection of animal brains, Expedition Material Including a very small collection of specimens from Discovery, Challenger and the Great Barrier Reef expeditions, fossil, skeletal and spirit specimen collection, a number of comparative anatomy skulls, limbs and partially prepared specimens. It also holds a number of wax models used in teaching and around 20,000 microscope slides from scientific research material through to sets of microscope slides that students would borrow for a year.
Admission is free.
Address: Rockefeller Building, University College London, 21 University Street, London WC1E 6DE
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