Top Ten Blogs of 2018

Written by Dr Emma Nicholls, Deputy Keeper of Natural History at the Horniman Museum and Gardens, and GCG Blog Editor. Last year saw big news across the world- Palau and Hawaii clamped down on sunscreen to protect their coral reefs, news broke of a pterosaur with ‘feathers’, NASA’s Curiosity Rover declared there IS water on Mars, and speaking of liquids… there … More Top Ten Blogs of 2018

News from the Sector – December

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 blog@geocurator.org. Conferences and Workshops The Royal Society is holding a … More News from the Sector – December

News from the Sector – November

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 blog@geocurator.org. Conferences and Workshops This week is your last chance to … More News from the Sector – November

Contradictions, Conundrums and Lies

Written by Matthew Parkes, Assistant Keeper (Curator of Geology), Natural History Collections at the National Museum of Ireland. Contradictions, Conundrums and Lies Before you switch off, this isn’t another opinion piece on the ramblings of a dodgy political leader. The ordinary life of a geological curator can be filled with difficult choices, confused by conundrums … More Contradictions, Conundrums and Lies