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Photos and resources from our Careers Days on 5 & 26 November
Free public lecture by Tim Wright, University of Leeds
Mud, Glorious Mud, and Why it is Important for the Fossil Record.
The Joint Committee for Palaeontology present a meeting on celebrating the unrivalled medium of mudrocks for the preservation of fossils.
Events throughout the year driven by the resurgence of interest in the science of mudrocks
A year-long programme of events to mark 200 years of 'The Map that Changed the World' and celebrate the life and work of William Smith.
Tempest Anderson Hall, Yorkshire Museum, York
The Geological Society, Burlington House, London
Sherwell Exhibition Hall, Plymouth University
Portland Sq, Devonport Lecture Theatre, Plymouth Uni
Elphinstone Hall, University of Aberdeen
Fugro House, Hithercroft Rd, Wallingford OX10 9RB
Milton Court,The Barbican, London
Islamic Azad University, UAE Branch, Dubai, UAE
University of Strathclyde, Richmond Street, Glasgow
Ghosts of the Museum
Worksheets, Bibliography and Photos from the Library's Fossil Drawing event