Lapworth Lectures & Events

A programme of free public lectures and events organised by the Lapworth Museum of Geology.

Bones of Contention: How palaeontology's past shapes our understanding of the history of life on Earth

Bones of Contention: How palaeontology's past shapes our understanding of the history of life on Earth
Date
Monday 30th May (17:30-18:30)
Location:
Aston Webb Lecture Theatre WG5 - Edgbaston Campus
Description
Part of the Lapworth Lecture Series. Bones of Contention: How palaeontology's past shapes our understanding of the history of life on Earth, a talk by Dr Emma Dunne from the University of Birmingham

Museum Tours

Museum Tours
Date
Monday 6th June (12:00-13:00)
Location:
Lapworth Museum of Geology - Earth Sciences Building (R4 on campus map)
Description
Join us for a guided tour of the Museum.

What was on the menu 200 million years ago? Reconstructing the diets and feeding behaviours of extinct reptiles

What was on the menu 200 million years ago? Reconstructing the diets and feeding behaviours of extinct reptiles
Date
Monday 6th June (17:30-18:30)
Location:
Aston Webb Lecture Theatre WG5 - Edgbaston Campus
Description
Part of the Lapworth Lecture Series. What was on the menu 200 million years ago? Reconstructing the diets and feeding behaviours of extinct reptiles, a talk by Dr Jordan Bestwick from the University of Birmingham

Museum Tours

Museum Tours
Date
Monday 4th July (12:00-13:00)
Location:
Lapworth Museum of Geology - Earth Sciences Building (R4 on campus map)
Description
Join us for a guided tour of the Museum.
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Getting here

For details of how to get to the University see Visiting the University. For a map showing the location of Earth Sciences on campus, see the University Campus Map. Earth Sciences is shown as building number R4 on the map.

Please note: All are welcome to attend and there is no admission charge. 

For further information contact:

Jon Clatworthy, Director of the Lapworth Museum of Geology
Tel: 0121 414 7750
Email: J.C.Clatworthy@bham.ac.uk