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NATURAL HISTORY

2018: Arianna Bernucci and Matt Fair. 2018. Teaching Old Bone New Tricks: The Dismantling and Re-Mounting of the NHM's Blue Whale Skeleton. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK

2018: Darren Dickson. 2018. Mounting a Twisted Spine. Poster presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Ian Hart. 2018. Mountmaking Successes and Failures for Fluid Preserved Vertebrates (and One Nudibranch). Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Nigel Larkin. 2018. Mounting the Type Specimen of Pliosaurus Carpenteri, an 8 metre long Fossil Pliosaur (Extinct Marine Reptile) Skeleton for Bristol City Museum, Including the 3D Printed 2 metre Long Skull. Poster presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Bibiana da Conceição Lessa. 2018. Osteomontage Technique Developed for the Exhibition of the UNIVALI Oceanographic Museum. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Geoffrey Leonard. 2018. Mountmaking for a Holotype Specimen. Paper presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2018: Mike Peel. 2018. Mounting and Installation of a Large Entomology Display for Hintze Hall. Poster presented at the IMF 6th Biennial Conference, Natural History London, UK.

2012: Phil Fraley. 2012. Mountmaking for the Fossil Called "SUE". Paper presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.

2012: Earl Lock. 2012. A Mount for Lyuba (40,000 yr. old baby mammoth) for the Mammoth and Mastodon Exhibit at the Field Museum. Paper presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.

2012: Bill Thomas. 2012. Canyon Wall Case at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Paper presented at the IMF 3rd Biennial Conference, The Field Museum, Chicago, IL USA.

2010: Helen Walker. 2010.  Layering Life: Mount Making for the Darwin Centre Cocoon.  Presented at the IMF 2nd Biennial Conference, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC USA.