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Event: Live Webcast | Smithsonian Science How: Inside the Smithsonian’s Fossil Prep Lab Promoter: Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History Location: Anywhere Date: March 9, 2017, at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. EST Sign up: click here Webcast here: click to access Link: Click here to access the website of the event About the event: “Featuring Fossil Preparator Michelle Pinsdorf Meet Michelle Pinsdorf, fossil preparator at the National Museum of Natural History. Have you ever wondered how
Event: AMMP Annual Meeting Promoter: Association for Materials and Methods in Paleontology (AMMP) Location: University of Texas, Austin, Texas, USA Dates: 19th-22th April 2017 Registration is now open. Register here! Link: Click here to access the website of the event Follow AMMP @Facebook, @Twitter, @YouTube About the event: “AMMP is a non-profit organization of persons interested in the field of paleontological collections care and methodology. This
Fossils have long been reproduced as casts from artificial molds of original specimens, for pedagogical purposes, private collections or even exhibits (e.g. large dinosaur skeletons). Now, modern 3D printers allow reproducing not only the external morphology of a fossil but also their internal structures. An example of these internal structures is displayed by the extinct Mesozoic gastropods Nerineoidea, with a more or less complex set of internal parietal, palatal and columellar plaits and folds (Fig.1).
Artist Michael Holland has created exhibit features for a number of natural history museums, including the Museum of the Rockies, the U.C. Berkeley Museum of Paleontology, the Natural History Museum of Utah, and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History. He is now at the Smithsonian working on the Deep Time exhibition currently under construction. Next Wednesday (February 22, 2017, 5:30pm to 7:30pm), in an initiative of the Guild of Natural Science Illustrators, Michael
Below we present a list of the 70 most influential journals specialized in Paleontology according to the Scimago ranking system. A list of non-specialized journals relevant in the Paleontology field will be provided in the future. Journals were ranked using a combination of 2014 and 2015 Scimago rankings. For each journal, we provide a link to the official webpage (click on each title), the ISSN number and the nationality of