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NEWS FROM THE SECTOR

Anytime, anyplace, anywhere [summary]

The world’s most complete Stegosaurus [summary]

Writing effective grant proposals [summary]

Six questions for a Geological Curator [summary]

The challenges for museums in 2015? [summary]

Mammoth cloning brought closer [summary]

Shelf Life: 33 Million Things [summary]

Museum Freecycle [summary]

What value museums? [summary]

Adding value to a former oil company collection [summary]

The financial value of museum objects [summary]

Summer in the lab [summary]

How to get funding funding for collections projects [summary]

The slippery issue of oil sponsorship [summary]

Natural History Collections Toolkits [summary]

One more piece in the tale of Dippy's tail [summary]

Geodiversity at the Houses of Parliament [summary]

UPDATED:14/12/2014

 

GCG NEWS

AGM follow-up from CGC Chair and Nick Poole

Blog: Six questions for a Geological Curator

Launch of the Geodiversity Charter: read the press release (pdf) and blog post

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GCG's purpose is to improve the state and status of geological collections and curation. We do this through meetings, training, conferences, and publications.  GCG was founded in 1974, has an international membership and is affiliated to the Geological Society of London. See also: GCG committee and contacts and the GCG constitution

 

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