I recently attended an interesting workshop on how the humanities, arts and social sciences research sector (or HASS research sector for the sake of brevity) and the natural sciences sector might learn from each other in how to do better research.
24 May 2011
We are developing a new Museum in a Box with the NSW National parks and Wildlife Service
Lifelong Learning, Date:
23 May 2011
Alaska may seem a long way away, but with new technology we are able to share information and talk face to face.
These beautiful and fragile plaster casts were made by Museum preparatory staff in 1894.
23 May 2011
Happenings this week on the crocodile case project ...
The north-western Australian Kimberley is one of fifteen biodiversity hotspots in Australia. Its coast boasts an archipelago that comprises several hundred large and thousands of much smaller islands.
20 May 2011
Colin Johnson, an exhibition project officer (aka "the Colly-gator") is one of the team working on the restoration and conservation of our oldest showcase. What is he up to?
At The Museum, Date:
19 May 2011
Unlocking the mysteries behind the Museum’s oldest showcase.
It's lucky the Kermadec blog is so interesting and full of fabulous photos and videos, because I am seriously green with envy.
17 May 2011
To see or not to see? That is the question.
14 May 2011
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