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1. Blog: Night at the Museum, Uni Week
The next wave of young scientists have been on their feet this week showing us all their exciting research. Yours truly went down to the Natural History Museum, London to see how collections are being used right now.
2. Conference: NatSCA / SPNHC / GCG Conference, Cardiff 2014
22-28 June 2014
Time is running out to book your place for the Cardiff conference. If your team can spare you for that long it’s going to be a great week. You can book your place here.
3. Training: Taxidermy Seminar
18 July 2014
UCL Room G10, Chandler House, 2 Wakefield Street, London, WC1N 1PF
For folks that can get into London next month we have a great seminar lined up for you with seven speakers spanning a number of taxidermy-related disciplines. Book fast, spaces are limited.
4. Lecture: Indefatigable Naturalists. Wallace and Darwin on the Evolutionary Trail
30 July 2014
Flett Events Theatre, Natural History Museum, South Kensington, London
Professor of Biology Dr. Jim Costa discusses the life and works of naturalist Alfred Russell Wallace. The annual Wallace lecture is organised by the NHM’s Wallace Correspondence Project.
Compiled by Samuel Barnett, NatSCA Blog Editor