The Stamford Library will be holding another Fossil Day for children (and grown-ups) the last one was very well attended. The date for this event titled Jurassic Day will be on Saturday the of 10th February 2018 from 10am to 3.30pm.
Scientists have found that additional weather observations in the Arctic can help predict the track and intensity of tropical and mid-latitude cyclones more accurately, improving weather forecasting of extreme weather events.
Using observational and model-based data spanning the entire 20th century, scientists have for the first time have identified three broadly-categorized processes responsible for Earth's spin axis drift -- contemporary mass loss primarily in Greenland, glacial rebound, and mantle convection.
Quote of the day: "Tyrannosaurus is the most superb carnivorous mechanism among the terrestrial Vertebrata, in which raptorial destructive power and speed are combined; it represents the climax in the evolution of a series which began with...Anchisaurus" H F. Osborn, 1916.
This Thursday at the Changing Herstory Conference we end our event with a panel discussion about the barriers faced by women in music and what these women do to help combat sexism in the music industry...