Written by Emma Bernard, Curator of Fossil Fish at the Natural History Museum, London. Hi, my name is Emma Bernard and I am an Ordinary Member on the Committee of the Geological Curators’ Group. When I am not working for the GCG, my day job is the Curator of Fossil Fish at the Natural History Museum … More Widening the Audience, and Making a Difference
Written by Nadine Gabriel, a recent UCL geology graduate and an emerging museum professional On the 18th September 2018, I attended the Collectors, Collections and the Geology of Southwest Britain meeting. This joint meeting between the Geological Curators’ Group (GCG) and the History of Geology Group (HoGG) was held at the Bath Royal Literary and … More Collectors, Collections and the Geology of SW Britain – A View from the Audience
News from the Sector is a monthly blog series featuring the latest geological and palaeontological news, jobs, exhibitions, and conferences. If you or your institution has anything they would like to add, or advertise on GCG’s News from the Sector, please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. Conferences and Workshops Just around the corner now is Mineralworld in … More News from the Sector – October
Written by Roy Starkey, author of Minerals of the English Midlands. Probably many people harbour a desire to write a book but how many of them follow through on this aspiration? What are the issues to be addressed, and the hurdles to be overcome? GCG member Roy Starkey provides a personal insight from the author’s … More So You Think You Want to Write a Book?