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Monthly Archives: March 2013
Sadly, this is the last day of my traineeship. Hopefully I will be coming back to help with the installation of Nature’s Library but this is my ‘official’ last day. Yesterday’s ‘bake off’ of wonderful museum-themed cakes and treats in aid of … Continue reading
Over the last few weeks I’ve been working on a small project in relation to the opening of the new Nature’s Library gallery. The project has been to refresh the objects offered as part of the Living Worlds (and now … Continue reading
So I’ve finally completed my longhorn beetle project. All the data, including recently added locality (where the insects were collected) data has been added onto KE-EMu and the specimens have been incorporated into the collection. The New Zealand species incorporated are … Continue reading
Just thought I’d update my progress on the longhorn beetle project as…I’ve nearly finished! All but four have now been incorporated into the collection and their location (cabinet and drawer number) inputted onto KE-EMu. It took a little while to get … Continue reading
I spent Thursday and Friday last week at the NatSCA conference 2013. NatSCA, who part-fund my traineeship, are a great organisation facilitating the transfer of skills and expertise throughout the natural sciences curatorial community. This year’s conference was in York … Continue reading