Conferences and Events
The Geologists’ Association is hosting a special meeting Fossil Crustaceans Conference, to celebrate the life and work of Joe Collins, on 25th November 2021. Deadline for abstracts is 15th October 2021.
The Geological Society is hosting The Moon and Early Earth conference. To be held in person at the Geological Society, Burlington House, London, 29th – 30th November 2021
The 3rd Palaeontological Virtual Congress will take place 1st – 15th December 2021.
The Marine Reptile Conference will now take place in 3rd – 5th May 2022. A decision on whether the meeting will be physical or hybrid will be made in January 2022. Please check their webpage for announcements.
The 11th European Palaeobotany and Palynology Conference will be held as a physical meeting in Stockholm, 19th – 22nd June 2022.
The 12th International Conference on Modern and Fossil Dinoflagellates will take place 4th – 8th July 2022.
The 6th International Palaeontological Congress is due to take place as a a physical event in Khon Kaen, Northeast Thailand, 7th – 11th November 2022.
The Geological Society of London is hosting “2021: The Year of Space!” A series of talks on our solar system are taking place throughout the year:
- The Geology of Pluto, by Dr Veronica Bray, University of Arizona. Online 5pm BST, 10th November 2021
- Rocky Planets Across the Galaxy, by Prof Carole Haswell, Head of Astronomy at the Open University, 9th December 2021
Elgin Museum is now open at weekends with tickets bookable online! Having closed to the public at the end of October 2019, The Moray Society is delighted that Elgin Museum has now reopened, with additional measures in place to ensure the safety of both visitors and volunteers. The Museum is open 11 am – 3 pm on Saturdays and Sundays and tickets can be booked online. The highlight of the 2021 season is the new exhibition, At the Water’s Edge, which brings together fossils of the early tetrapod Elginerpeton pancheni, the crawler from Elgin, for the first time in 375 million years! Loans from National Museums Scotland, the British Geological Survey, and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History form the core of the exhibition, which has been made possible with a grant from the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund. More information is available here.
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