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The West Midlands, North West & Southern Wales Regional Groups and the Black Country Geological Society present a joint Photo Competition celebrating the William Smith Map Bicentenary
Join us for a special William Smith Bicentenary event - tickets on sale now!
Events throughout the year driven by the resurgence of interest in the science of mudrocks
Rotunda Museum, Scarborough
Australia Technology Park, Sydney, Australia
IET Teacher Building, Glasgow
Brunei Gallery, SOAS, London
Chadwick Place, Warrington
Burlington House, Piccadilly
Kingsley Dunham Centre, Keyworth
Double Tree by Hilton, Philadelphia Airport
The Royal Society, London
See events with open registrations or calls for abstracts.