A specimen described today in Proceedings of the Yorkshire Geological Society is the star attraction in the Yorkshire Museum’s new exhibition, Yorkshire’s Jurassic World, which opened on March 24.
Behind door 20 of the geoadvent, GSL Education Assistant Will Foreman reviews the University of Cambridge Library’s ‘Landscapes Below’ exhibition, on display until 29 March 2018.
Rob Butler, Professor of Tectonics at the University of Aberdeen, reflects on 50 years of plate tectonic theory, and announces our new online project, Plate Tectonic Stories.
For fans of geology and art crossovers, Karen Picton is exhibiting until June 19th at The Stone Space Gallery, with a Meet the Artist day on Saturday 11th June.
Art and science meet in Michael Benson’s new photographic exhibition, featuring 77 images of celestial bodies in our solar system at London’s Natural History Museum (NHM). Benson created each work by compositing photographic data acquired by various NASA and ESA probes and rovers, some of which launched as early as the 1960s.
Across the courtyard from The Geological Society, the Royal Academy’s latest exhibition David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture is attracting bigger crowds: the queue that snakes in steward-managed concertinas around the statue of Joshua Reynolds seems to be unabated by the cold March winds. It’s understandable: Hockney is very popular, and, along with Freud at …