An Earth Sciences seminar
13 January 2015 16:00
Mineralogy Seminar Room
Prof Colin Macpherson
Department of Earth Sciences, University of Durham
UK kick-start event
15 April 2015 13:00
Flett Lecture Theatre
Free event, registration required.
The Natural History Museum hosts several series of specialist seminars aimed at collections management and research communities based within the Museum as well as externally. They provide:
Collections management seminars are organised by the Collections Management Committee. They present up-to-date information relating to the care and conservation of collections across the institution and within museums generally.
Departmental seminars are organised by the earth and life sciences departments.
Invited speakers present their latest research. Speakers include visiting specialists, students, staff and scientific associates.
These are cross-departmental monthly talks, usually by external speakers, and replace the previous Research Committee Seminars. They are intended to be informal, contemporary, inter-disciplinary and cover a range of fields including the latest research, science policy, publishing, media, fieldwork and science methods.
Additional regular yearly events:
Discover who each specialist seminar series at the Museum is aimed at, and who can attend.
Find out about entry to events, how to get to them, accessibility, and the special arrangements for external visitors to departmental seminars.
Get information about who to contact if you would like to propose a seminar or attend a seminar which is not held in the Flett Theatre.
For further information, please contact the relevant event organiser.
The Museum is a partner of the Centre for Ecology and Evolution, which fosters collaboration between researchers in London working on evolution and ecology.Visit the calendar of CEE seminars
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