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The Museum of Natural History and Pitt Rivers museums are hosting a late night event for the public supporting their 'Fair Water' exhibition. They're inviting researchers working related to the topic to get involved.

The Museum of Natural History and Pitt-Rivers are lighting up the dinosaurs and totem pole for their annual summer Late Night on Friday the 17th of May from 7pm-10pm. 

This is going to be linked to the current exhibition ‘Fair Water’, which traces fresh water from source to society and issues of security, equality and impacts on humans and wildlife.

They are looking for researchers with links to the impact water has on our planet to showcase their work and amaze their visitors with the wonders of water and how it shapes out planet. 

Whether it’s a flash talk, stall with specimens, game, craft, poetry, music or any other idea that you have to illustrate your research, they’d love to have you taking part!  

For further information please contact Chris Jarvis at