Museums: The endangered dead : Nature News & Comment
Interesting article in light of CSIRO's Integrated Reform Program: "Life is full of uncertainty, we've just got to learn to live with it"
Discovering the Enigma Moth: A living dinosaur. A missing evolutionary link. A specimen unlike any seen before it.
How a museum can make science accessible.
Collecting in Collections by Andrew Mitchell
Collections Communications Workshop Report |
Where'd it go? Technoseum uses barcodes to track collections.
You're an insect curator. Cool! So what is it you do?
Insect collections going 3D
Discussion paper: A National (UK) Collections Management Framework
Museums: The endangered dead: Nature News Museums: The billions of specimens in natural-history museums are becoming more useful for tracking Earth's shrinking biodiversity. But the collections also face grave threats.
ELLEN FUTTER | How a Museum Can Help Make Science Accessible
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The Queensland Museum joins some of the great cultural institutions of the world with detailed virtual tours available online thanks to Google Street View technology.
Cracking the collections" SPNHC Emerging Professionals Group
Kew Botanic Gardens: World-leading collection focuses on its strengths following critical reviews and budget cuts.
Disentangling a taxonomic nightmare? by Chris Reid
Optimistic people are twice as likely to be in ideal cardiovascular health: study
Using advanced computer models, neuroscience researchers at the University of Copenhagen have gained new knowledge about the complex processes that cause P