The Bournemouth Natural Science Society (BNSS) is a registered charity whose aims have little changed since its formation in 1903: to promote study, interest and enjoyment in all branches of the Natural Sciences and History.
The Society runs an extensive programme of events throughout the year, including lectures, museum open days, exhibitions, study groups, field meetings, cultural visits and social activities. Click here to find out more about us here for our upcoming events.
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Ocean Plastic, Plankton and LizardsMay 20, 2020
BNSS members have attended two Zoom lectures in the last two weeks on marine subjects and one of our members has submitted a film on lizards. On 19th May, Mary Thornton gave us a lecture on “Microplastics in Oceans” about the all girl crews researching ocean plastic pollution. This elicited a lively discussion after the […]
‘Zoom’ BNSS lecturesApril 30, 2020
On Tuesday 14th April BNSS launched its first ‘Zoom’ lecture by James Fradgley on “How the eye works – an astronomer’s perspective” followed on 21st April by: Ashley Leftwich on “Ancient Woodland – What is it, where is it and how do I know I am in it !!” and then on 28th April by: […]
Website Changes – members please contribute your news
We have been making a few changes to the website to make it more responsive to the current situation due to the covid-19 pandemic. This has been made possible with the help of our volunteer Richard Griffin who has run the website on a Raspberry Pi in order to troubleshoot the changes made. The major […]