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Once there was a river

In the 9th century CE the Adi Shankaracharya crossed the Narmada river and met his guru. The foundations of modern Hindu philosophy can be traced back to that event. 269 more words


Clean Meat

Recently, I’ve been introduced to idea of clean meat, which is both a product and a book, and it’s blowing my mind. Clean meat is actual meat that is grown from real animal cells, greatly reducing the strains agricultural livestock is putting on the planet as well as eliminating the exposure these animals are cruelly put through in that system. 135 more words


Run for Survival 2018

Be a Conservation Hero and brace up to the challenges
Get rid of plastics to stand up for the oceans

Join Run for Survival, all donations raised will be used to support Asian wildlife conservation efforts of the… 328 more words


Meet the Committee - Isla Gladstone

Meet the NatSCA Committee

What is your role on the NatSCA Committee?

I help promote information sharing and collaboration between NatSCA and closely allied subject specialist network the Geological Curators’ Group. 564 more words

Advocating Collections

Kelp our corals!

Many people know about the importance of conserving coral reefs to protect marine biodiversity, but here at the museum we also need to conserve the corals that are in our collections. 378 more words

Life Collections

Ugly Object – January

Happy New Year, Kelsey Blog readers! What better way to begin 2018’s Ugly Object series than with a seriously cute cat coffin? This creative work of bilateral symmetry once held the remains of a mummified cat. 188 more words

Ugly Object

Coy-Wolf Co-Habitation

Thanks to the New York Times for the local story follow-up to yesterday’s Yale360 globally-generalizable item on a related theme (click here or on the image to the right to go to the source): 400 more words