#NatSCA2015: The Aftermath

Another NatSCA conference is done and dusted. This year has been one of our most successful and enjoyable conferences yet, and we’d like to thank everyone who helped to organise such a brilliant event!

A bright Friday morning in Bristol for NatSCA 2015 (Image: David Gelsthorpe, via Twitter)

A bright Friday morning in Bristol for NatSCA 2015 (Image: David Gelsthorpe, via Twitter)

If you missed the conference, or just want to relive it, we’ve collected a selection of the live-tweets from the conference into a Storify, which you can find here: https://storify.com/Nat_SCA. There were so many tweets, we had to split it into four parts! Also check out the Storify of the Bristol Museum tours made by journalist Henry Nicholls, who was one of our speakers: https://storify.com/WayOfThePanda/natsca-tour-of-bristolmuseum.

For more conference analysis, see the write-up in the Museums Journal by Vicky Pearce of the Natural History Museum, and a piece in Museums and Heritage Advisor by Jan Freedman of Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery.

All of our fantastic speakers will be writing up their talks for us, and these will appear soon in the Journal of Natural Sciences Collections, NatSCA Notes & Comments, and on the blog.

 

Rachel Jennings, NatSCA Blog Editor
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