Reflections on 10+ years as a GCG member

Written by Simon Harris, Collections Conservation anred Digitisation Manager, British Geological Survey What made you decide to join the GCG? I joined in early 2009, when I was working as a freelancer for various museums doing collections management tasks such as photography, data entry, object marking, etc. I was living in south Somerset and the … More Reflections on 10+ years as a GCG member

Orange is the New Green: Giving a Makeover to the Fossil Tree in the Garden of the Natural History Museum London

Written by Lu Allington-Jones, Senior Conservator, Natural History Museum London Last year conservators cleaned the Craigleith fossil tree which stands in the east garden of the Natural History Museum (London, UK). The Specimen This 330 million year old fossil trunk is one of seven excavated from the Craigleith Quarry, near Edinburgh. An even larger example … More Orange is the New Green: Giving a Makeover to the Fossil Tree in the Garden of the Natural History Museum London