Transforming and accelerating scientific research | AWS and NHM Partnership
“Working with AWS to develop the Data Ecosystem will revolutionise the scientific work we undertake at the Museum. The data will form an essential tool in unlocking new solutions to the planetary ecological emergency; from monitoring the UK’s wildlife to furthering science-informed nature recovery in our towns and cities.”
~ Dr John Tweddle, Head of the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity at the Natural History Museum.
Explore sustainability resources
Take a look at the resources below to learn more about the partnership and the work we are doing to build the Data Ecosystem and the Urban Nature Project. We will also announce upcoming events and new content below.
Our Community Science Programme Gets a Boost from AWS
This ground-breaking partnership with the Natural History Museum is set to turbo-charge our community science programme. But what does this really mean and what’s changing? We sat down with Lucy Robinson (Citizen Science Manager) to ask all the important questions.
AWS Corporate Supporters Page
Visit our Corporate Supporters page on the Natural History Museum website to learn more about our partnership, the Data Ecosystem, the Urban Nature Project and what the experts are saying.
The Natural History Museum partners with Amazon Web Services to transform and accelerate scientific research
The Natural History Museum and Amazon Web Services will create a digital twin for the Museum’s biodiversity, by building a data platform to store, enrich, and compare urban biodiversity and environmental data