Monthly Archive: May, 2014

Public Lands, Public Fossils: The 10th Conference on Fossil Resources


Post written by Katie McComas & Lindsay Walker and reviewed by Talia Karim. The Conference on Fossil Resources (CFR) has been held every two to five years since 1986, and focuses on the… Continue reading

Stealing the Spotlight in Natural History Museums: How well do we advocate for our collections in exhibits?


Guest post by Katharine Corriveau The purpose and value of natural history collections has evolved in tandem with our growing understanding of the patterns and processes that govern nature. In the 17th and… Continue reading